Vox

Version: 1.1.1 || Release Date: 2013-08-09 || License: Freeware Developer: AleNofx | App Owner: alenofx

Vox is a little and simple music player for Mac OS X with support for many file types, including FLAC, MP3, AAC, Musepack, Monkey's Audio, OGG Vorbis, Apple Lossless, AIFF, WAV, IT, MOD, XM, Games Music and many others. Includes numerous effects like Equalizer, Reverb, Time Stretch, Pitch Shift, Echo. Moreover, all supported files can be exported to AAC+, Apple Lossless, WAV and other formats with enabled effects.

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60 Opinions

Great player!!! The best thing that i ever saw for Mac. Everything you need to play your mp3s! Minimal interface, great functionality, great sound! Thanks alot to developer! Keep up a great work!

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sleggat, 6 years ago (score: 1)

Been using this for a few days as I don't have my external hard-drive with full iTunes library plugged in. I love it! Sure, they could add playlists and a bunch of other features, but I don't think I'd like it as much. It's small, fast and hasn't crashed or stuttered once. I donated via their website.

It would be nice if the player window could be made as small as Itunes' minimized mode. The current height is quite important imho.

lovely app indeed.....

The only things I miss is Last.fm and iWow!!!

great for playing flacs i accidently.. erm. acquire. and with a built-in mp3 converter, i'll have them into my ipod in a jiffy.

Handy player for those files you want to listen to before you add them to iTunes.
And it's also an excellent (and fast!) audio formats converter. The latest versions include LAME to convert to MP3.
Very nice interface too.
ToolPlayer is getting better and better with every new version.

its nice small app, really like it, but only thing is- I cant find the way how to see playlist, it doesnt seem to have that option to see whole playlist, you just see current song :(

If you only want to play music works perfectly. A great way to avoid the "memory eater" iTunes.

Nice toy if you just need a simple music player without media library. Useless if not. Sound effects might be cool at first, but they're simply not useful.

would be cool if the site didnt timeout for australian ip's (at least mine) and there was a playlist, then i'd ditch itunes for this

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