Music Player for Mac

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Deciding which music player to use on your Mac can prove to be quite a hassle, mostly due to the fact that there are so many applications on the market, and it's quite difficult to choose the best one if you don't know the odds. If you need an audio player for Mac, then you might want to try one of the best music players for Mac we've found.

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Music Player for Mac OS X: Best alternatives Our editors hand-picked the best Mac alternatives to Music Player, go ahead and check them out, rate them, or add new ones you find fitting.


VLC media player Free

by VideoLan

VLC media player is one of the most popular video players on the market. This open source utility is packed with a wide range of useful features, such as support for dozens of media formats, subtitle synchronization, the ability to convert...

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QuickTime Player Free

by Apple Inc.

QuickTime 10.0 was first demonstrated at WWDC (Apple Worldwide Developers Conference) in 2009. The application ships with Mac OS X 10.6 and higher.

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Vox Free

by Coppertino Inc

Vox is a nicely-designed program that comes as an alternative to using iTunes for music playback. This feature-rich utility works with various audio formats, allows you to listen to dozens of radio stations, and lets you control the way its player...

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Clementine Free

by David Sansome, John Maguire and Arnaud Bienner

Clementine is an open source audio player designed for Mac. This feature-rich program can successfully replace the highly popular iTunes app, being able to play your favorite songs and help you listening to various online radio shows from one place.

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Plex Free

by Plex

Plex is a complete multimedia player and manager for Mac OS X. Plex uses the XBMC code as a framework for both its GUI and the multimedia player, so it should work just like XBMC and other XMBC-derived players out there.

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Tomahawk Free

by Christian Muehlhaeuser

Tomahawk is a social media player that helps you find music across different machines, services and websites. You can connect to your other machines and friends via Jabber, Google Chat and Twitter, as well as browse and play their libraries...

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Decibel Free

by Stephen F. Booth

Decibel is a program for Mac computers that provides you with an alternative to iTunes music playback. Supporting a wider variety of audio formats, this application enables you to play files with extensions like OGG Vorbis, WavPack or FLAC...

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Play Free


Play is a lightweight, easy-to-use and free media player. It has a very straight forward, clean interface. The application can play a whole array of audio formats and you can apply DSP effects to the output audio.

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Cog Free

by Catalystwo Limited

Cog is an open source audio player for OS X that currently supports formats such as Ogg Vorbis, Mp3, Flac, Musepack, Monkeys Audio, Shorten, Wavpack, AAC, •Apple Lossless, and more.

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