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Alternatives to iTunes: 5 Best Free Music Players for macOS

Joel Lee Updated 16-09-2019

iTunes is the best music player for Mac users as far as convenience. Every new computer comes with it pre-installed, and if you have an iPod, iPhone, or iPad, you’ll need it to sync music and back up your device.


But there are valid reasons to dislike iTunes. The rise of Spotify and other music streaming services have made iTunes less useful, not to mention that iTunes software is slow and bloated.

Unless you’re absolutely tied to the iTunes ecosystem for some reason and have no choice but to use it, consider switching to one of these alternative music player apps for Mac.

1. Vox Player


Vox Player isn’t just a beautiful music app for Mac; it’s one of the few music players that can properly handle hi-res music. It’s our top recommendation for best hi-res music players for Mac, and once you’re using it, you’ll also want to start listening to hi-res music on your iPhone or iPad.

Vox Player comes with all you’d expect in a music player, including speed and performance. It supports FLAC playback, music organization features, built-in internet radio, and you can also connect it to SoundCloud and Last.FM.


One more feature to note: Vox offers an optional Premium plan, which comes with unlimited cloud storage and playback for your music files, synchronizing playlists across devices, advanced 10-band equalizer presets, BS2B, and Hog Mode that silences all other sounds so you can listen to your music uninterrupted by alerts and notifications.

2. Strawberry Music Player


If you’re looking for a feature-packed but lightweight music player, you might want to try Strawberry Music Player. This nifty music player app was forked from the now-defunct Clementine back in 2018, and provides all the power you need in an MP3 player without any bloat.

Music management is Strawberry’s top selling point. It comes with a cover manager, queue manager, playlist management tools, music format transcoder (with FLAC support), CD ripping tool, and an advanced tag editor for batch editing music files.


Out of the box, Strawberry integrates with about a dozen different internet services, including music streaming services (Tidal, Qobuz, Subsonic), album art services (Last.FM, MusicBrainz, Discogs), and scrobbling services (Last.FM, Libre.FM, ListenBrainz).

It’s not the prettiest application—based on the Qt5 framework which isn’t exactly known for its visual factor—and even though you can tweak the appearance a bit, you’ll always be stuck with a clunky default interface.

3. DeaDBeeF

Alternatives to iTunes: 5 Best Free Music Players for macOS mac music player deadbeef

Many converts from Windows to Mac ask for a music player app that’s similar to Foobar2000. With the advent of DeaDBeeF, we finally have an app we can recommend. In fact, DeaDBeeF even supports advanced Title Formatting scripting that’s directly compatible with Foobar2000.


DeaDBeeF is a lightweight cross-platform music player that’s feature-complete and smooth as cream, with stable builds for Windows, Mac, and Linux. It isn’t the prettist of apps, but it’s powerful with support for many audio and chiptune formats right out of the box (including MP3, OGG, FLAC, NSF, VTX, VGM, and more). Pretty much any format supported by FFMPEG is also supported by DeaDBeeF.

DeaDBeeF also supports numerous metadata/tag formats, including ID3v1 to ID3v2.4, Xing/Info, and VorbisComments, with an easy-to-use tag editor. Just because it’s lightweight doesn’t mean it won’t serve as a great music organizer app.

Other useful features include: tab-based interface for separate playlists, 18-band visual equalizer, gapless playback, replaygain, auto-download of album art, shoutcast and radio streams, and a built-in audio format converter.

4. Musique

Alternatives to iTunes: 5 Best Free Music Players for macOS mac music player musique


Musique sells itself as “a finely crafted music player,” and it seriously lives up to that claim. It’s simple, it’s beautiful, and it fits right into any macOS machine.

Simplicity is the name of the game here, but simple in a way that doesn’t sacrifice beauty or usability. To me, it feels like an ultra stripped-down version of iTunes—what iTunes could have been before it went ahead and became a bloated mess of features I personally never use.

Other features include the ability to browse folders and files, a queue-based playback interface, and auto-loading of lyrics for songs. Musique isn’t the app you want if you have a massive music library and need organizational features to keep everything neat and orderly. But for casual music listeners? It’s absolutely perfect.

5. Quod Libet


Quod Libet has a strange name—it means “whatever you wish” in Latin—but don’t let that turn you away. This open-source music player for Mac was released back in 2004 and continues to receive regular updates to this day.

Not many people have ever heard of it, which is a shame. It’s a simple piece of software and nothing about it will blow your mind, but it’s intensely practical and easy to use. The sheer simplicity is what makes it the closest antithesis to iTunes on macOS.

And it’s packed with features: support for all kinds of media formats (including FLAC), smart replay gain, ratings-weighted random playback, Unicode tags, built-in internet radio, configurable user interface, advanced library management, and so much more.

Which Music Player for Mac Do You Use?

There are valid reasons to keep using iTunes; I wouldn’t say everyone needs to switch away. It’s great for managing podcasts, for example, and the features are useful if you can handle the bloat. And if you’re using Apple Music, you have no other options except iTunes for playback on your Mac.

But if you have a lot of downloaded MP3s, one of the above alternative music players for Mac may actually serve your needs better. Remember to pair your music player with a great set of earbuds for a smooth listening experience. And don’t stop at just music! Check out our list of best Mac apps to install on any MacBook or iMac The Best Mac Apps to Install on Your MacBook or iMac Looking for the best apps for your MacBook or iMac? Here's our comprehensive list of the best apps for macOS. Read More .

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  1. Kuzefra
    September 23, 2019 at 8:02 pm

    Do any of these work well with podcasts? I'd like to be able to play podcasts downloaded and synced from my computer and not use the Apple Podcasts app.

  2. Warren
    July 9, 2019 at 4:45 pm

    Vox music player has good sound, but I'm cancelling my Premier membership because: (1) I don't know how to use it (2) There is no manual or even the skimpiest set of operating instructions (3) Their "technical help" is a joke. I can't recall ever having received less useful "help."

  3. janice
    September 8, 2018 at 3:15 am

    I appreciate the list but I have no idea how the author can defend anything about iTunes. It is the most poorly designed, unintuitive, and user-unfriendly program I have ever used. I'm looking forward to trying Clementine and/or Quod Libet and eradicating iTunes from my life.

  4. Michael Karman
    March 18, 2018 at 11:09 am

    So far, Quodlibet is working fine for me. I have my music on two different external hard drives, and all I want is a player that will play those files and do nothing else. Cog was great when it was working, but the version I had developed some glitches recently, and when I replaced it with a newer version, I no longer had a player that would list the tracks. Everything else I've tried has either not had gapless playback even though they claim to (Pine player and Musique), or skips to the middles of tracks or even skips over tracks (Songbird) or seems set up more to organize your already organized collection before playing anything than just simply playing whichever track or tracks you tell it to play, you know, like a player!! (Nightingale).

    iTunes I dabbled in briefly when I first bought my Mac, and backed out of quickly when it was clear that it simply wanted to take over my computer and then the world. (Hypberbole.) Other alternatives I've not even bothered to try--the ones who loudly proclaim all the fancy ass organizing and synching capacities they have. That's great if you're into that kind of thing, I guess. I just want to play the 26 individual tracks of Rachmaninoff's "Paganini Variations," without any hiccoughs,* delete those tracks from the player when I'm done, and then play the six tracks of Zimmermann's "Requiem." And so forth. Period.

    Cog did that exceptionally well. I will still keep an eye on them, I suppose. For the moment, though, Quodlibet plays whatever I tell it to play, let's me delete those tracks when I'm done, and accepts the next track or tracks to play without any whinging. At the moment, I'm content.

    *In my recording, each variation gets its own track, ranging from :18 to 1:26 in length. That's a lot of hiccoughs to sit through in less than half an hour.

  5. Casie
    March 7, 2018 at 10:06 am

    I am looking for an alternative to iTunes as I am fed up with running out of space on my devices. I thought that iCloud would provide the solution but you can't use it for music unless you subscribe to Apple Music and that won't play anything you haven't purchased through iTunes so all the music that has come from other sources needs to have a different player. I have been adding music to my library since the late 1990s so there is a lot! You also have the problem that my original Apple ID was not an email address as it didn't need to be but when they insisted that you had to have an email address as your Apple ID I was not able to simply change the original Apple ID to an email address I had to have a new one. I have also subsequently had to change my email address due to it being hacked and so have yet another Apple ID as I again could not change my existing Apple ID. Apple was such an elegantly simple system at the beginning and now they seem to be making it more and more obtuse and costly.

  6. Scott Cole
    February 18, 2018 at 5:28 pm

    With constant iTunes upgrades over the past few years the access to my music was encumbered. Old iTunes accounts through other email addresses were dumped. Support was taken away for not going on iCloud. Also, I tubed the use of an iPhone and they locked me out of my iTunes account.

    How's that?

  7. Irina
    August 5, 2017 at 10:26 pm

    Hello Community!
    I found this article over a year ago after it was posted. Thanks for this.
    I am a professional dancer and have more than 200gb of Arabic orchestral and dance music (which most is not on iTunes Store) and I cannot have it on my iPhone, also have about 100Gb of classical music organized according to my own organization criteria (iTunes also have classical music messed up).
    I haven't find yet an ecosystem (doesn't matter if its payed) that allows me to be off the cloud, on my Mac and my iPhone, with the music organized the wat I want it.
    Any suggestions?
    Thanks in advance!

    • Bill
      January 29, 2018 at 4:04 am

      Google Play Music - free version. Upload your stuff there

      • Bob Bunsen
        October 31, 2019 at 5:31 pm

        Did you see the part "allows me to be off the cloud?"

  8. Willy
    July 5, 2017 at 5:40 am

    I'm surprised that no one mentioned cog which is much lighter than above.
    (BTW deadbeef for mac is available at https://f.losno.co/deadbeef_osx.zip )

  9. bi
    May 16, 2017 at 1:56 pm

    VOX the BEST for me! iTunes does not support high-resolution music files. https://vox.rocks/mac-music-player

    • Slim Bob
      May 30, 2017 at 11:30 am

      HI Bi!
      I loooove Vox. Using it on my iPhone and Mac! And if you also use WALTR to transfer files – then you don't even need to launch iTunes.

    • pace
      November 24, 2017 at 2:18 am

      I tried VOX, it completely sucks!
      You have to either sign up, or pay for services just to get your library into it. Its a completely backwards move forcing users to submit to their ways.

      Its a shame as the software looked so promising, but it looks like they have just recently done this after getting lots of users onboard and used to their product, then they push out an update and make them pay.... Its a really shitty move....

      • M
        December 10, 2017 at 11:25 pm

        That's unfortunate... you should try Voltra! You have to create an account but it's free + full featured and they're not annoying with the premium offering. I have been using it for months now and I really like it.

    • rmpbklyn
      May 7, 2019 at 1:14 pm

      Does it have playlist managment?

  10. Avid reader
    March 14, 2017 at 5:18 pm

    I have a lot of CDs, first cuts from jazz recordings that, in several cases, are pretty rare. ITunes wants for force me into buying, frankly, from their usually inferior selections. I do not care about social media, I do not care what some teenybopper thinks is popular, I think ratings are stupid and adolescent. I know wht I like and that's what I want to hear. I just want to play back those recordings without iTunes wanting to "fix," "rearrange," or otherwise do my musical thinking for me. I HATE iTunes!

  11. Frank
    February 20, 2017 at 9:15 am

    Already last year after an Itunes update the whole library was gone. After reassembling most of it it became scrambled and mixed up. Today it wouldn't random correctly and many songs on albums are missing and albums split into many same albums with a part of the songs. I have no idea how that happened as I not update anymore.
    Itunes just sucks and I am afraid there is no alternative. Tried TOMAHAWK today : not worth the download. VOX is just not right, no correct display and quite basic. Not know what to do.

    • rmpbklyn
      May 7, 2019 at 1:15 pm

      try clementime

  12. H.Porcher
    February 7, 2017 at 1:24 pm

    Great to find alternatives to iTunes, however a sad state of affairs that few tell you before downloading that old "problem" that it's not compatible with anything before V10.9.
    SO ! not much use wasting time downloading only to find "not compatible with your current operating system" iMac is now beginning to suffer the same constraints of continual updates as MS-Windoze. I will soon be driven back to my LINUX as per my 7 year old laptop with UBUNTU.

    • Avid reader
      March 14, 2017 at 5:20 pm

      Amen! I am having ro re-upload from CDs because of all those dimwitted upgrades!!!

      • rmpbklyn
        May 7, 2019 at 1:17 pm

        why? the mp3 should still be on your computer? you should just point to the file where it is. in mac use finder search or in console 'find / -iname mp3'

  13. Derek Riggs
    January 13, 2017 at 6:07 pm

    I cam to your article because I was using iTunes and it kept trying to connect to the iTunes store, but my computer is not online so it couldn't do it. So then it left me with a message that it couldn't connect to iTunes store and then stopped working. It simply sat there and wouldn't respond to any buttons at all. so I quit the program permanently and came to look for an alternative.
    it would seem that the main function of iTunes is just to lock you into using the iTunes store and making big bucks for Apple.
    It was never a great program, now it is just unusable. there has to be something better out there.

  14. Rudy
    December 1, 2016 at 7:41 pm

    iTunes can't find album art works.
    What is different way to get it ?

  15. Leon
    November 24, 2016 at 6:42 am

    What players support ALAC? Can I simply drag=drop my files to the new player and GO?

    Latest iTunes is AWFUL and I can no longer even see bitrate of files and keep them apart. My 2 playlists have simply lost a couple albums. I have NO idea where they went. But I see them If I dig deep enough into that cumbersome interface.

    Shame on APPLE.

  16. Charlie
    October 28, 2016 at 1:09 pm

    Over the past couple of days 10.20.16 to last night I have imported 91. As of a few minutes ago songs 14 thru 91 are gone. What's happening? I also keep podcasts and movies in iTunes. Are the any alternatives that will handle everything?

  17. Perterken
    October 7, 2016 at 2:42 pm

    If iTunes does not meet your needs, here UFUShare show you the best alternatives to iTunes. Apple's software is often criticized because of its difficulty of use, lack of some interesting functions, or the time it takes to perform the actions that are requested. It is by this that in this article UFUShare bring you the top 3 best alternatives to iTunes , so you can choose the best program according to the needs and how you use it.

  18. Allen
    September 27, 2016 at 4:52 pm

    I've just about given up on iTunes. I'm on a 12-hour Zurich-to-Los Angeles flight, and I can't play any of my music on my iPad now, and very little on my iPhone. The problem with the iPad (probably) is that I haven't started up iTunes since being FORCED by Apple to move up to the current IOS. (Or lose all my passwords in the chain.) Then I didn't start iTunes while connected to the Internet so that Apple could "authenticate" my ownership of the music. Mind you, this for about 1600 songs ripped from my own CDs, and 400 or so purchased from Apple. Who knows what the problem is on the iPhone. I did think to play a few bars of one of my songs while connected. But now my playlists seem to ONLY have the purchased songs available. The songs ripped from my CDs are not there! Enough!!!

    • Joel Lee
      September 29, 2016 at 1:47 am

      Yikes, that sounds frustrating. Sorry to hear, Allen! So if you've given up on iTunes, which alternative have you switched to? Or have you switched at all?

  19. Daniel Astudillo
    August 26, 2016 at 2:41 pm

    Hi Denis! First of all, thanks a lot, for the time, dedication and for sharing all this info with the world.

    Dennis I'm a music lover and for me to keep my music perfectly organized is a question of need and passion. I have a big amount of files (36.162 items and growing) stored in an external 500 Gb HD. I'm using the last versions of the Mac OS system and iTunes; El Capitan 10.11.6 and iTunes

    My problem is iTunes is giving me constant errors when importimg new albums to my library. An example of this is: albums separated in two, without any apparent reason. I am very careful when I edit the data of each album in the info window. I like to have all the information for each one of them, and the error factor when I do this is basically zero. I try to fix this by selecting all the tracks and editing the information of all of them together but it keep showing the albums separated; even when if you go to the HD and check out the location of the files in the iTunes media folder they are all in one folder organized by artist as you could expected. Another example is: tracks duplicated and separated from its original album. One more time, only in the iTunes window, not in the iTunes media folder where they are perfectly stored.

    This is driving crazy man... lol
    I will appreciate deeply any help or advice that you could give me.
    And one more time thanks a lots.



    • swirlibra
      August 31, 2016 at 12:53 am

      Album Artist field needs to be One name

    • telabs
      September 13, 2016 at 3:04 am

      When you import tracks, drag them into a playlist and work from there instead of tracking stuff down in the main library. All the tracks will be in one place and easily editable.

    • Avid reader
      March 14, 2017 at 5:22 pm

      Daniel: yes, similar issues; and my collection is a bit large as well. iTunes arbitrarily separates tracks, ignores the tracks' names that I fill in--because my recordings are sometimes rare and not in their crappy database. I am going to continue to look, as iTunes, in my book is beyond juvenile and useless! Good Luck!

  20. Jacques R. Adelee
    July 25, 2016 at 7:20 am

    Dennis Thank you for your help. Yet as a novice how do I get into the metadata editor? Thanks in anticipation

  21. Nate
    July 14, 2016 at 2:40 pm

    Have all of my music on Google Drive. Tomahawk does not support Google Drive. Neither does Vox, Nightingale or Quod Libet. Clementine DOES, but cannot read WAV, AIFF or M4A files, which is all I have, and will require me to reconvert everything to FLAC. Which I could do, but CloudConvert on Google Chrome has a very limited free option and I have a lot of music.


    • Rik
      September 17, 2016 at 7:08 pm

      i would love to know the answer to that question if you have found the solution yet please?

  22. Moutonoirx
    July 13, 2016 at 8:06 pm

    How about Sonora ? it's still working, u can get on github :)

  23. nate B
    July 7, 2016 at 6:02 pm

    There's no mention of the awfulness of the Vox app. Why is that? Requiring users to sign up for the Loop service in order to use Vox prevents even the least evaluation of that software. And then it makes it seem like you have to pay for Loop for 24 months at $9.99 to use it. What's sketchy about all this is that there's no documentation of these things on the Vox site. You learn about it only after download and running the program.

    That Vox requires you to upload music is bad in so many ways. It's bandwidth hogging and by default would delete music on a Mac on upload. Vox could wipe out your local library if you do what it asks of you at installation.

    • Doug Chance
      September 11, 2016 at 9:32 pm

      Perhaps they have changed the install since your comment, but I was able to install and use Vox without signing up for Loop. It's not super-obvious, but on the stage of the install process where it asks you to register for Loop, there is a "Skip" button. I clicked this and got Vox installed and running without any interaction with Loop.

      So far Vox seems decent enough, though you should be aware that Vox does not have it's own music library, so if you don't use Loop, Vox will be working with your iTunes library.

  24. Barry Radun
    July 4, 2016 at 12:47 pm

    I have an extensive music collection (over 150Gb, so far) and I've been using iTunes for a long time. I do not download any music from the iTunes store. My music is copied from my CD collection. The problem is that iTunes only seems to store my music on my computer. I have everything copied to an external hard drive and would rather use that for storage and playback, rather than sacrifice space on my computer's hard drive. Any solutions out there?

    • Dennis
      July 12, 2016 at 4:05 am

      The easy thing you can do is go into the iTunes preferences and then to the advanced tab. From there you can select where you want the iTunes library to be. This is the location where it'll store any info about your library and the album artwork. If you uncheck "Copy files to iTunes Media folder when adding to library" it will just link to the files where they were original located before you added them, i.e. your external drive.
      If you like the way that iTunes organizes your files you can always switch the location of your library to your external and then when you add files it will just add them there. I hope this helps. If you just want to start fresh with a new library hold down option while you click on the dock icon to open the app and a dialogue will open allowing you to start a new library wherever you like.
      As someone with a nearly 2TB music collection I understand the need to run it off of an external source.

      • talers
        December 13, 2016 at 12:35 am

        I'm attempting to arrange a similar setup. I'm using dBpoweramp Music Converter to rip my CD collection in uncompressed AIFF onto my 2T external HDD. When I try to playback the files using iTunes as my music manager, iTunes automatically copies the tracks, (converting to ACC, I assume?) into my music library, (currently located on my local HD).

        I don't want to duplicate my music library, either on my local HD or on my external HD, nor do I want iTunes to "possess" my music and make it unavailable to me outside of iTunes. So, I'm looking for a music manager to play tracks directly from the AIFF files via Mac OS X.

        • Dennis
          December 13, 2016 at 7:42 pm

          No, it's just making exact copies. Go into your iTunes Preferences go to the Advanced tab and uncheck "Copy files to iTunes Media folder when adding to library"

        • Talers
          December 15, 2016 at 9:24 pm

          Thank you, Dennis! I made the change to preferences. Then attached my external drive, and selected an album to play via iTunes (via Add to Library). It started playing right away. All seems great!

          Stopped playback, ejected the external drive, closed and reopened iTunes. The album and song titles are still listed (that threw me) but the song files are not on my local drive! Viola. That was easy!

          Most grateful for your quick reply. Cheers.

  25. Jacques R. Adelee
    June 11, 2016 at 7:33 am

    What I hate most about itunes is its lack of filing. I may be dumb or simplistic but no one including Apple has been able to explain how to file my music by Artist - period. Whenever you have an album of duets, tribute to, or again a cd of Grammy Award Nominees they are all over your library. If there is a reason for that or a work around I'm all ears.

    • Dennis
      July 12, 2016 at 4:11 am

      Yeah theres an easy fix. Select all the songs on an album and then right click and select get info. Then in the metadata editor where it says album artist Type in the main artist. This will group all the tracks together under a single artist while still keeping the original artist intact. i.e. Artist feat Other Person.

      • Bruce
        July 19, 2016 at 5:30 am

        Or click on the Compilation checkbox to have it filed as an Album instead of By Artist.

        • Anonymous
          July 20, 2016 at 11:22 pm

          Only problem with doing it that way is that it places the files in a separate "Compilations" folder, and in your library puts the album down at the bottom under the compilations section rather than just the main artist.

  26. Chip
    June 10, 2016 at 6:08 am

    I use all Apple devices, but am so aggravated with iTunes messing up my music with its many flaws. Either my Last Date Played or Play Count gets messed up, or songs go missing or Apple released yet another iTunes update that messes everything up. I am looking at Tomahawk right now.

    • Dennis
      July 12, 2016 at 4:09 am

      Yeah theres an easy fix. Select all the songs on an album and then right click and select get info. Then in the metadata editor where it says album artist Type in the main artist. This will group all the tracks together under a single artist while still keeping the original artist intact. i.e. Artist feat Other Person.

      • Anonymous
        July 12, 2016 at 4:12 am

        Sorry hit the wrong reply button.

  27. Scooby Doo
    June 9, 2016 at 4:15 am

    How does one get the amazon plugin? I don't see any info whatsoever on their website or in the app.

  28. Andrés
    May 25, 2016 at 9:06 am

    For me, personally, the best feature of Clementine is that it allows you to manage your library the way YOU want, based on its almos unique (at least for mac apps) folder-based option. I hate it when you have to follow the criteria programs impose on you... I don't always want to see my music organized by album or artist or whatever, but prefer to organize it myself into folders. This also allows me to keep files that don't always come with all the meta info software would need to label it properly. It's a shame Clementine is so ugly, but hell does it give you back some degree of controll over your own files. This is a feature I always missed since I totally migrated to mac, and that was present in the normally so-maligned Windows Media Player in its newer iterations.

    • Joel Lee
      June 1, 2016 at 11:26 pm

      Very good point regarding organization, Andres! I have a hard time getting over Clementine's aesthetics, but you're absolutely right that it packs a punch with what it offers.

  29. zeira
    May 14, 2016 at 2:56 am

    There is a saying, something like: if ain’t broken don’t try to fix it.
    That, and having two computers, both Apple, an iMac and a MacBook Pro makes sense to keep iTunes and not to try something else.

    • Joel Lee
      May 23, 2016 at 3:41 am

      Absolutely, zeira! If iTunes works for you, keep using it. To be honest, I still use iTunes but only for my podcast management. :)

    • Casie
      March 7, 2018 at 10:19 am

      Trouble is it isn't working any more! I have had a Mac desktop for over 25 years, an iPhone since they first came out (iPod previously) and an iPad for 5 years. At the beginning they all worked really well together now with continual updates I seem to have less and less space on my devices even though I haven't added anything!

  30. Anonymous
    May 10, 2016 at 2:34 pm

    I am not ready to switch from iTunes to any other music player.
    It has many more advantages than disadvantages especially for a Mac user.

    • Joel Lee
      May 13, 2016 at 11:47 pm

      Are you deeply entrenched in the iTunes ecosystem? I suppose that's a good reason to stick with it then. I know I hate switching ecosystems (whether for music or whatever else).

  31. Dre Hos
    May 10, 2016 at 2:57 am

    I use Vox, but I will be taking a look at Clementine.

    • Joel Lee
      May 13, 2016 at 11:47 pm

      Cool! Have you tried it yet? Would love to hear your thoughts between the two, if you don't mind, Dre. :)