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Full user review
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
The Audioplayer. Accepts folders dropped to app icon, but do not get confused if there are txt, nfo of m3u files also. Sensible interface (though might be more minimalist... like SoundApp was). No key for STOP command, which might be useful, command-. closes list window(?). I would prefer plain arrow key to move next/previous file, but command-arrow works well enough. Does not show which song is playing in the list view -- there should be some icon or indicator for it (well it displays playing song name in the bottom -- it is not enough). Translates numbered filenames to format of track number and name in the listview, which is OK. Would be nice to have option to read track number from tags too and reorder songs according that. Even better would be a command to add track numbers to filenames...
All in all, a very good player. Faster and lighter than iTunes, does not get confused like Audion, more sensible and flexible than DropSound.