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Vox Is An Integrated Music Player Now Available For Mac

Vox Is An Integrated Music Player Now Available For Mac

August 6, 2013
Vox is a new music tool by Coppertino, Inc. that is now available in the Mac App Store. Available for free, Vox includes the ability to create your own playlists from files on your drive. It also includes full iTunes library integration, and a premium Internet radio feature. Best of all, Vox works with popular lossless and lossy music formats. These include: AIFF, FLAC, MP3, AAC, Musepack, Monkey’s Audio, OGG Vorbis, Apple Lossless, WAV, IT, MOD, and XM. Other features include:
  • Keep your listening statistics up-to-date with your LastFM account by means of LastFM scrobbling;
  • Automatically search for all the missing album artwork from MusicBrainz and LastFM databases;
  • Control the player from the main interface, Dock context menu or main menu controls;
  • Use keyboard media keys, headphones buttons and Apple Remote to control playback (requires VOX Preference Pane);
  • Easily add music via smart drop zones, ordinary open dialog and Finder context menu;
  • Use equalizer with presets and custom mode, crossfade, fade on play/pause, converting music to 5.1 or 7.1 format;
  • Preview album artwork right in the Dock icon;
  • Convert stereophonic audio in your headphones to binaural using Bauer DSP (BS2B) technology;
  • Pause playback automatically on headphones disconnection;
  • Take full advantage of AirPlay (10.8+) to listen from any of your wireless output devices;
  • Play audios stored on NAS devices and other network drives;
  • Get system or Growl playback notifications.
Take a look:

If you're looking for an alternative to Apple's own iTunes music player, consider Vox. The free application is available here. The premium Internet Radio feature is available for $0.99 via an in-app purchase. [gallery]

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