Developer: Kevin Dang
Current Version: 1.0.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 8.7 MB - Download
An elegant lightweight music player for OS X.
• Large file format support including: mp3, mp4, aac, ogg, flac, wav, aiff & musepack.
• Now playing queue
• iTunes importing
• Built in Last.fm scrobbling
• Media keys and Global hotkeys
• Growl notifications
• History graphs
• File tagging
• Fixed bug where artwork couldn't be deleted.
• Fixed visual glitch with rating control.
• Fixed bug with right click in album list view.
• Fixed bug with folder rescanning.
Most Helpful Reviews
What I've been waiting for. - I've been waiting for this app for a long time: Lightweight, seperate library from itunes, plays FLACs, scrobbles. This is essentially Foobar2000 for OSX. It's perfect. I've been using Songbird for my FLAC collection for years, with much distain. Finally, I can uninstall it ;)
piece of JUNK - This app has the potential to be great if it worked and the developer actually supported it. The app stopped recognizing my FLAC files in my folders. Even when my files where recognized you can't play songs via Finder either by double clicking or selecting "Open with" and compilation tagging was always a nightmare. DO NOT BUY THIS APP! Everyone posting positive reviews probably hasn't had enough time with it. The developer basically released his final version and abandoned it. I sent numerous emails to no avail and you can check the twitter account and see it hasn't been active in years. In fact you can see on twitter that the dev knew there were still ongoing issues with his app. 2 years later and it's still on 1.0.1
More Reviews for Current Version
Beautiful Yet Functional Interface - Very clean and beautiful interface. Has all the functionality of iTunes plus more. I especially love the built-in keyboard shortcuts and last.fm integration. Only thing I'm waiting on until I completely get rid of iTunes is support for smart playlists. Great App!
not working with USB DAC? - I have a USB DAC (DragonFly) and both iTunes and VOX (the other two players I have on my Air) work with it. I just select the output device in the Sound Preferences and that's all, the sound will be routed through it. This doesn't work with Enqueue, it's like it doesn't check that setting, it keeps player through the laptop speakers. And there's no setting for this in the player preferences. Is there a way to make it work? If there is, I'll update my rating.
Slow and lacks track info lookup - This app is almost excellent, but it's got two dealbreaker issues: - As far as I can tell it cannot look up track info in the Gracenote database, as iTunes does. This makes finding your music difficult if it doesn't have the right metadata to begin with. - Searching and scrolling through the library is very, very slow (and I'm on a brand-new, superfast MacBook Pro, so that isn't the issue). A search takes a little over a second, sometimes two, to complete, and once the results appear, scrolling through them is laggy and irritating. Bottom line: Wait to buy it until the developer addresses these problems.
Crashes - I can't even open it on a macbook pro, mountain lion
Useless - Crashes continuously-complete waste of money.