Musique unclutters your music listening experience with a clean interface that keeps you focused on what really matters: music.
Musique supports most audio formats including FLAC, OGG Vorbis, Monkey's Audio (APE), Musepack (MPC), WavPack (WV), True Audio (TTA) and many others.
Browse by artist photos, album covers, genres and folders too. Organize your music your way.
Musique is also great for kids and other family members that may find other players too complex and cumbersome.
Musiche features an immersive Info View you can switch to while listening.
Incredibly fast even with large music collections. Drag your entire collection onto the play queue and behold!
Supports scrobbling to Last.fm (if you know what that is ;)
Translated to more than 20 languages including German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Russian and Chinese.
Check out my other apps on the Mac App Store:
• Finetune, the automatic music tagger
• Minitube for YouTube
• Musictube for YouTube
- Fixed missing artist images
- Updated translations
Not for classical music lovers
Having paid for this application, I’ll continue to use it: though it has irritating features for classic music lovers, there is a lot to like. Was attracted by the idea of “an uncluttered interface,” and it is that, even if even simpler would suit me. One problem is how it “automatically fixes misspellings.” This does not work at all well with classical music. Well-known composers were identified corrected, but others were misindentified, often with wild guesses: the Cuban composer Joaquín Nin became Nine Inch Nails, the English composer Frank Bridge became a Japanese band called Bridge. No way of corrected last FM’s guess. The “artist” view showed three correct photographs out a total of 10. Fortunately I can switch to the “Folder” view that reflects my own preferred organization: by composer, with a number for the total tracks.
- Flavio Tordini
macOS 10.12 以降、64ビットプロセッサ
- 4+ 対象年齢
- © Flavio Tordini