All-in-one mini player and today widget that allows you to see and control your music.
Silicio brings the album cover and song information right to your desktop. Control your music player without ever leaving your current app. All combined with support for many music players and their streaming services.
• High-quality album art,
• Customisable global shortcuts,
• Touch Bar support,
• Sharing to social services like Twitter,
• Integration with Last.fm, and
• Now playing notifications.
Supported Music Players:
• iTunes, including Apple Music, iTunes Radio and Beats 1
• Vox, including SoundCloud
• Spotify, including Spotify Connect
• Adds support for macOS Mojave
• Adds build-in sharing for Twitter
• Removes support for Deezer
• Bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Exactly what I was looking for.
Needed an app that simply displayed only album art, could lock in position, and allow for a quick way to change the track.
It would be awesome if the album art could also have another preview mode that would spin the album art like a vinyl turntable. Maybe that’s what Disc does, but it doesn’t seem to work for me, it only displays the “Square” version. Still 5/5 in my book though!
Good, but need easy keyboard compatibility
Instead of having to create a shortcut to press play or next on a song, I would actually like to be able to use my own play/pause and next buttons at the top of my keyboard at just one click like I usually was able to in the past.
Would love to see that changed, instead of having to swipe over to my notifications and click next just to skip to the next song.
Song/Artist info font is WAY too small
I really wanted to like this over MiniPlay as it appeared to have the option of changing the size of the window. However, regardless of which window size you choose, the text showing the song title and artist is tiny, way too small to be read at a glance. I wish there was a way to make the text larger. I also wish there was a way to keep the controls visible at all times, while still showing the album artwork rather than blurring it out. Ah well, I may have to build an app myself :(
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.