Vox features a simple, clean and versatile interface that provides instant access to a powerful player and numerous unique features that enable you to enjoy your favorite music regardless of the file format.
Consequently, you can easily play various lossy and lossless audio formats, open different playlist types such as PLS, M3U, XSPF and even CUE files. In addition, you can play audio files from NAS devices or network drives and export your playlists to the desired format.
Flexible player controls
One of the great advantages of Vox is that you can control the player directly from within the main window, Dock icon menu and even the status bar menu. Thanks to the Vox Preference Pane Extension you can also use the media keys and headphone playback buttons as well as your Apple remote to control the player.
What is more, Vox is designed to automatically search for missing album artwork through the LastFM and MusicBrainz databases. You can quickly add new music to your playlist by using the drop zones, Finder contextual menu or the standard open dialog.
Vox comes with a handy equalizer that features numerous presets to which you can add your own custom mode. You can also crossfade, fade on play or pause and convert music from stereo to 5.1 or 7.1 format.
The artwork of the currently played song can be viewed in the mini-player, as well as the Dock icon and display Growl notifications when the song changes. On top of that, you can take advantage of the AirPlay feature and listen to music from any of your wireless output devices. Vox also comes with support for your iTunes library, a radio function and allows you to scrobble your music to LastFM.
Reviewed by George Popescu on March 12th, 2014
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- Third-Party Audio Units support
- Fixed bug with Last.fm scrobbling
- Fixed minor interface bugs
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