An elegant lightweight music player for OS X.

• Large file format support including: mp3, mp4, aac, ogg, flac, wav, aiff & musepack.
• Now playing queue
• Playlists
• iTunes importing
• Built in scrobbling
• Equalizer
• Media keys and Global hotkeys
• Growl notifications
• History graphs
• File tagging
• Miniplayer

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

• Fixed bug where artwork couldn't be deleted.
• Fixed visual glitch with rating control.
• Fixed bug with right click in album list view.
• Fixed bug with folder rescanning.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

mad4max ,

Enqueue? Love it.

After suffering massive problems with iTunes, I was looking for a suitable replacement. Enqueue isn't one, because iTunes is vital if you have any IOS devices, or if you use the Store.
That said, I love Enqueue. It doesn't hog my CPU, it lets me play DJ in a way iTunes cannot match and it's so simple to use.
My two gripes with it are; It won't automatically rescan my music folder, but that's hardly a problem, and it doesn't support Airplay. Never mind, Rogue Amoeaba's great Airfoil fixes that.
I have always loved iTunes, but it's become a bit bloated with unnecessary nonsense like Genius and Ping. Enqueue is the way iTunes should be. Enqueue is a music player, and it's worth every cent.


Ok, but very limited

The player is nicely layed out, and is fairly efficient for tagging, with a pop up window at the bottom of the screen. It is certainly better than iTunes for data entry - BUT it is missing some features which I consider to be very basic. There is no "Sort" field for any of the tags - which means if you listen to Classical, and your composers are tagged as "Gustav Mahler", for example, rather than "Mahler, Gustav", they will be sorted by their first names. Which is ridiculous.

Classical music is notoriously difficult to manage with a tagging system which is designed for Pop, and most players do it poorly - but having a "sort" feature makes a huge difference.

The app is also prone to freezing when editing tags for a large number of files, although it will eventually recover.

Having said all that, I DO like it, and it doesn't cost a lot of money. I just hope that the developer will be working in some more advanced features as they go along. Fingers crossed!

Anthony Garton ,

Excellent music player for Mac OSX

I have been searching for 6 months for a good app to play my collection of FLAC files.

I have tried Vox, Cog, Decibel and Amorra. All of the others have their share of problems. Enqueue just works - the way a modern player should. Album art, playlists, queueing, sorting, full screen mode, mini mode, media keys - its all there. If you want a good music player that plays more than MP3 and AAC, this is the one. Well worth the money.


Kevin Dang
8.7 MB

OS X 10.6 or later



Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2011 Kevin Dang


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