Vox, the popular Mac music player app developed by Coppertino, has been updated one again with a number of new features and improvements.
Now, the app has received another significant update in the form of Vox 2.1.
Vox 2.1 also features so-called Collections, which offer quick and easy access to all of your playlists (including those in iTunes) and the convenience of creating and managing custom playlists right within the app. In addition, the updated app allows you to create a queue of music from different sources.
The new version of Vox also includes the following improvements and bug fixes:
- A completely new & more intelligent ‘Search’.
- Added True Audio (.tta) format support.
- Added support of multi-output devices.
- Updated interface – now more clean and comfortable
- Fixed bugs related to parsing of iTunes library.
- Reinvented iTunes artwork mechanism that allows to extract most of the track artwork (OS X 10.9 & above).
- Fixed bugs with NAS music playback.
- Fixed bugs with gapless support.
- Fixed bugs with crashes.
Previously, Vox includes a $2.99 in-app purchase for unlocking its Radio feature. But following its 2.1 update, the app now offers the ability to listen to top Internet radio stations free of charge.
According to Coppertino, the iOS edition of Vox is already in the works and is expected to become available on the App Store soon.