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Enqueue

By Kevin Dang

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Description

An elegant lightweight music player for OS X.

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

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Customer Reviews

Okay...but could be better

In many regards, Enqueue is a fine music player, a nice alternative to iTunes. But it has its limitations, chiefly its inability to import Protected AAC music files or Smart Playlists. Due to the former, I have hundreds of songs that I cannot listen to in Enqueue. When I first ran the program and realized that the import of music was incomplete, I initially thought it was a bug of some sort and promptly emailed the developer. I will say that I was impressed with how quickly he responded (within hours) and identified the problem. However, his responsiveness does not change the fact that Enqueue cannot import protected music files. I would have liked to have known this before I made the purchase.

Limitations aside, Enqueue is still worth having. I hope that a future update will somehow allow for the import (or, alternatively, the creation) of Smart Playlists. Also, it would be nice if there were a way to toggle between the Main Player and the Mini Player using the mouse, either by reprogramming the green expand-window button or adding an icon to click somewhere on the player. I wouldn't mind an option to include album art in the Mini Player, as well.

Great music program!

This program is by far the best option for any dedicated music listerner. It works very fast, even with a large music library. The biggest feature for me is that it plays flac files. Playlists are very basic, but I imagine features should appear in the future with program updates. The program controls do take a little getting used to, considering most everyone is used to iTunes and other music programs. That said, there are not many other things that need to be changed with this program.

This program essentially gets back to the basics, and that is listening to music without distractions or unnecessary features, which is what iTunes was initially intended for in the first place.

Works but has come weird ways of doing things

Such as, the Gear button in the mini-player. Its function ought to be to load up an iTunes playlist. But no, it's a "save-as" function that allows you to over write an existing iTunes playlist. I don't see the point? It's a wasted feature. You can't drag an iTunes playlist into the main player song queue. You have to double-click the playlist and then you can drag the songs. Why not allow dragging the entire playlist if you want it? I dunno. Since iTunes 11 is now a real piece of junk, these other options become more interesting. Enqueue works well enough. I'd just like to see it include more intuitive interface and usability features. All in all, pretty well done for a version 1.01.

Enqueue
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  • $9.99
  • Category: Music
  • Released: Jan 20, 2012
  • Version: 1.0.1
  • Size: 8.7 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Kevin Dang

Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later

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