Liztic for Mac
Liztic is a free and cross-platform music player and organizer designed with a single scope in mind: to enable the access to a digital music collection on multiple platforms: iOS, OS X, Windows and Android. This concept is very simple, if you think about it, but it is pretty unique in the software world.
Using Liztic is a simple procedure, as it features an iTunes-like interface that OS X users will instantly become familiar with. The app enables you to import and organize music files (such as WAV, AIFF, MP3, AAC and more), manage devices, as well as the cloud services that are used to sync music.
Unlike most cloud based apps, Liztic does not upload your music to its cloud servers, but rather puts you in control of which services to use. The app supports Dropbox and Google Drive as the cloud services to sync music with. Note that syncing is possible if your devices are connected to the same WiFi network.
After importing music, you can browse it by title, album, artist, duration, genre and rating. What’s more, the app supports album art covers and lets you stream (sync) whichever songs you want. Of course, you can also play music and use basic playback controls.
Furthermore, Liztic features a Preferences window where you can specify the music library path, manage the cloud services and change the audio output frequency (if you use pro-grade audio equipment supporting frequencies bigger than 44.1 kHz).
In a nutshell, the Liztic app is an innovative Mac OS X app that makes it possible to access large music libraries on mainstream platforms like OS X, Windows, iOS and Android. The best part is that the app can be used for free, but, if you want more song capacity, you should considering upgrading your account.