Alternative products to MiniPlay for Spotify and iTunes

5 alternative and related products to MiniPlay for Spotify and iTunes

MiniPlay for Spotify and iTunes

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5 Alternatives to MiniPlay for Spotify and iTunes

Spotify and iTunes in your macOS menu bar

Spotify and iTunes in your macOS menu bar. Spotmenu is open source.

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Mac users with a preference for streaming their favorite music tracks via Spotify instead of Apple Music are going to love an extension for macOS dubbed SpotMenu. Written entirely from Swift, this app is a combination of two older apps known as Trayplay and Statusfy.
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A powerful volume control app for Windows

EarTrumpet is a powerful volume control app for Windows that allows users to visualize audio with multi-channel aware peaking, move apps between playback devices, and more.

"EarTrumpet is the Windows 10 volume control app Microsoft should have created" - The Verge

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Windows 10: Quickly adjust the volume for all of your applications, separately, and send audio from different applications to different playback devices. EarTrumpet lets you do all that and more from the Windows 10 system tray, and it's so sleek you'll wonder why Windows didn't behave this way in the first place.
If you use your Windows 10 PC for a lot of audio work and use multiple apps as well as inputs and outputs, you're probably aware that handling them can be a challenge. Microsoft has made some improvements to sound controls with new audio settings in Windows 10 1803 - most notable is managing individual app levels.
Windows: To be honest, Windows 10's volume controls aren't that special. You can set the volume for the default speakers you're listening to; you can change your default speakers (from your monitor's crappy built-in speakers to your awesome headphones, for example); and ... that's it.
Windows Central
EarTrumpet has a solid reputation as an audio mixer to replace the default mixer on Windows 10. It allows you to control individual app volumes, switch between playback devices, and controls your default audio devices. Last year we said that every Windows 10 user should consider installing it and that's still true.
Last week I blogged about some new audio features in Windows 10 that make switching your inputs and outputs easier, but even better, allow you to set up specific devices for specific programs. That means I can have one mic and headphones for Audition, while another for browsing, and yet another set for Skype.
A joint project among former Microsoft engineers Dave Amenta, Rafael Rivera and David Golden, EarTrumpet is a volume control app with an exceptionally clean and friendly UI. It makes navigating your various audio devices on a Windows 10 machine much simpler.
The Verge
Microsoft has made some steady improvements to audio control in Windows over the years, but if you use multiple outputs, headsets, or digital-to-analogue converters then you probably already know that Windows 10 doesn't handle them well. Thankfully, a third-party app has been trying to solve these issues recently and is getting a big update today.
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