App Spotlight: Coppertino Launches Public Beta for VOX Audio Player 0.96
Sometimes less is truly more, and in the case of the VOX audio player, that was true as millions of Mac fans adopted the flexible OS X multimedia app with the sleek minimalist design and gorgeous sound output. However, because VOX was developed as a personal side project, it never reached its full potential.
Today, Coppertino, an award-winning developer of OS X software, announced that VOX 0.96 is now open for public beta registration at http://www.coppertino.com/vox/. Coppertino is offering all Mac users the opportunity to be the first to try out the updated version of Vox, and to help shape the dynamic audio player before it is released to the masses.
Originally released to great promise by Italian student Alessio Nonni, the VOX OS X audio player was quickly adopted by millions of Mac users thanks to its easy-to-use design and ability to handle an extremely wide variety of formats, including FLAC, MP3, AAC, Musepack, Monkey’s Audio, OGG Vorbis, Apple Lossless, AIFF, WAV, IT, MOD, XM and others.
Now, backed with a new user interface and powerful BASS engine, VOX 0.96 is a robust audio player for OS X devices that delivers high-quality sound within a minimalistic and intuitive design framework. “We have been fans of the VOX audio player precisely because of its simple approach to design and use, and its ability to handle almost any audio file,” said Ivan Ablamsky, Founder of Coppertino. “We are eager to work with the Mac community to see that VOX reaches its full potential.”