NepTunes for iTunes and Spotify
By Adam Rozynski
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Simple to use, yet powerful music controller with Last.fm scrobbler for iTunes and Spotify that is light, super reliable and can help you with discovering new music.
What is it and what it can do?
• It's the best Last.fm scrobbler for Mac.
Modern, stable, reliable. No duplicates, no missing tracks. Solid scrobbling experience. Fully supported iTunes (with Apple Music) and Spotify. Runs great on OS X Yosemite, OS X El Capitan and macOS Sierra.
• Controller for iTunes and Spotify.
Change volume. Love track. Pause/Play. Find lyrics. Share to Twitter and Facebook. All from beautiful artwork on your Desktop.
• Offline mode.
No Internet connection? Don't worry. NepTunes will remember all tracks that should be scrobbled and will try to scrobble them when the Internet connection is back. With appropriate time of scrobble for each track.
• Discover new music.
You're listening a new artist and you're curious about similar music? It's available just two clicks away! And with custom keyboard shortcuts you can find it just by pressing keys on the keyboard.
NepTunes remembers up to 15 tracks, that you played recently and can open Apple Music or Spotify or Last.fm page for each track.
Tweet, share on Facebook - with tags and link to Apple Music or Spotify. Copy link to Apple Music or Spotify, copy artist and track name. And search for lyrics on Google. All two clicks away.
@neptunesformac on Twitter
What's New in Version 1.63
This version reduces the number of requests sent to iTunes servers and uses cache to store the results. What does it mean? Before, when you turned "Integration with iTunes and Spotify" on you could notice grayed out items in menu "Similar Artists" for the past two months. It can still happen but much less frequently.
Questions? Ideas? @neptunesformac on Twitter
I love Last.fm, but the official scrobbler kills my CPU more than iTunes and my web browser, and that's just crazy. NepTunes works reliably while keeping battery consumption nice and low.
I love the desktop album artwork feature too. It's a great subtle way to appreciate the art associated with the album I'm listening to. Reminds me of how we used to prop up the record sleeve when listening to vinyl.