About the Vox player: some facts

Infrequently, we now publish articles about software, perhaps all of us, Mobile-review editors, should overcome laziness and write about individual programs or make collections of used applications - this will surely come in handy for many ...

1. In the base player on an iPhone running iOS 10, I can't find where to enable track repeat. I love, you know, winding up a hurdy-gurdy and listening to the same thing for half an hour - it's a great way to fuck up your favorite tune. You listen until you get bored. But now things have become very difficult. Where the hell is that button? In general, with these thoughts, I open Vox, choose to show all the music, including in iTunes, instantly find the desired track by searching, press repeat in the control bar above the sound wave, turn it up louder and start shaving. That's why it's worth having Vox on your smartphone. Seriously, I don't know where the "repeat track" button is in the new player. But, thanks to kind people, I found everything, on the playback screen you need to swipe your finger from the bottom up (without catching the bottom panel), on the screen that appears there will be repeat icons, Shuffle, a list of tracks in the queue.

2. For me personally, Vox is a must-have program for three reasons. Firstly, FLAC is supported (and AAC, MP3, WAV, AIFF, ALAC, FLAC, OGG and more are also supported). This is important, and not only for your favorite jazz, it is better to listen to electronic music in good quality, completely different sensations - and do not believe those who will prove otherwise. Secondly, there is the possibility of synchronization between Vox for a computer and Vox on a smartphone, a function called Loop. Thirdly, you can connect SoundCloud and YouTube accounts directly to Vox - there is nothing to be surprised here, a lot of interesting tracks can be found in YT. After connecting the same SoundCloud, the tracks that you liked, the feed and other information are visible in the application. It turns out that Vox works like a natural music harvester, there are your FLAC tracks, and tracks from iTunes, and from streaming services, and the newly added radio - you need to pay extra, but there is not much. It will be interesting to see what else will be added in the future. By the way, not so long ago they added a radio, for 749 rubles you get access to more than 30,000 stations - but the question is, why is it better than TuneIn. Except that it's all in one.

Vox < img src="https://mobile-review.com/soft/2016/image/vox/scr/02.jpg" alt="Vox" width="315" height="560"/> Vox Vox Vox Vox

3. Now about FLAC. You can download such music to the iPhone's memory ONLY through iTunes - alas, Apple does not yet allow you to do without wires, which is a pity. Connect your smartphone with a cable, go to the program tab, find Vox and add music. Tracks are loaded quickly, they appear in the program. On the playback screen, you can see information about the song, file type, characteristics. Of course, FLAC is not a panacea at all and not a guarantee of good sound quality, a lot still depends on the headphones, there is not much difference in the bundled EarPods. As my friend says, equally bad. Although I personally don’t think so, these headphones were made for the mass consumer, but for the mass consumer it’s quite ok. If you take something more serious, then you will hear the difference, just for fun, download the same album in two versions, FLAC and MP3. I can even hear the difference in the car. I don’t like to give analogies, but it’s like a sandwich with a greasy layer of butter, as my mother cooked without sparing, or a frail piece of stale bread, where they carried a tiny piece with a crooked rusty knife. They say you can't hear the difference - don't believe it. Just try to get confused, put on Vox, go to a store where you can connect different headphones to your equipment, and then you will understand the difference.

4. By default, only local, i.e. downloaded, tracks are displayed in the Library, but you can choose to display the entire iTunes library. This is handy if you only want to use Vox. To go to the menu, you need to click on the three dots on the left, being in the library, here you will see the ability to select the view, change the display of tracks (list or grid), sort the content. In flight mode, only local tracks can be displayed. In general, everything is done sensibly - HOUSE for RENT if you want to listen only to FLAC (for example), turn off iTunes, if you want to listen to everything in Vox, turn on all services. For example, the Loop service, which allows you to synchronize your personal content.

Vox < img src="https://mobile-review.com/soft/2016/image/vox/scr/08.jpg" alt="Vox" width="315" height="560"/> Vox Vox Vox Vox

5. A little about Loop, there are three pricing plans, the monthly fee varies depending on how many months you buy such a plan, for example, if you take 24 months at once, you get eight dollars per month. You can try it for free at the beginning and pay later. The bottom line is that data between programs is synchronized. For example, you bought some great album on Beatport, added it to Vox on your computer, and you can listen to the same album on your iPhone. I repeat, first I advise you to try, then decide whether to pay money. I bought a tariff plan, just to support the developers, they made a magic player, well done. The main thing is that now they support it properly, not carelessly.

6. A little about the magic equalizer of the program. The link is in the upper right corner on the playback screen, there are two main options, this is self-adjusting the EQ and selecting a preset. Presets are interesting, for example, there is a setting for headphones, Soft and Air - just cool settings, More Mids, More Highs, Drop Lows, you can change your choice from track to track. Or move the levers on your own, no one forbade this, and you can save your presets. When you press the buttons, the frequency, dB level is displayed. It would be great to allow users to share their settings for different artists, as they did in Parrot, I think Vox is more popular in every way.

Vox Vox Vox Vox Vox Vox Vox Vox

7. Расскажу про замеченные недостатки. Самый главный – после обновления iOS плеер может просто не работать, не видеть треки, загруженные в память, программа становится бесполезна. Последний раз такое случилось летом, и было очень обидно, что на iOS использовать Vox попросту не получалось. При работе с SoundCloud какое-то время назад пришлось пару раз при запуске ввести логин и пароль, но сейчас все хорошо – отображается ваша подборка музыки, те треки и миксы, что вы отметили «лайками». Не всегда четко срабатывает управление, поначалу вообще можно потеряться, куда тут двигать и что делать, не совсем интуитивно.And I also asked Zhenya Vildiaev to talk about what shortcomings he noticed, I report: “On Windows there is such a foobar2000 player, a kind of multimedia combine, to which you can pick up a bunch of codecs and make a converter out of it. I liked that in foobar2000 you could convert lossless to MP3 in two clicks, but in VOX this is not enough.” I use All2MP3 for converting, a very simple and effective program, I don’t even remember how many years it has been chasing me on different “poppies”. Zhenya's second comment is related to the work of Vox on iOS: “For Apple Music owners, VOX, in fact, is not needed, since (it seems) it cannot pull up the service's playlists (it's understandable). Also, for those who are satisfied with the sound quality of the purchased tracks, it also makes no sense to switch to VOX, otherwise you will have to buy tracks in iTunes, and then import them into VOX, in general, there will be two applications instead of one. As for Apple Music playlists, the idea is correct, but one thing must be understood here: if you put Vox, it is understood that there will be downloaded music mainly. I mean, FLAC (mostly). And, by the way, a little secret: iTunes playlists are visible in the "Collection" section on iOS, so you can use them to the fullest.

8. I would like to dream - I would like to add here the ability to transfer purchased tracks from different stores, for example, from Beatport. And then after all, for years on different computers I saved tracks, it would be nice to collect them in one cloud. You see, nostalgia would have overwhelmed, memories and all that. The ability to quickly “cook” MP3 from FLAC on a computer would also not hurt, Zhenya is right here. You can use up to five different devices in the Loop system - I would like to remove this limitation, you never know how many different gadgets I have, now it turns out back to back (two smartphones, a tablet, a laptop and a computer).

But other than that, I'm very satisfied and I advise everyone to at least try Vox. I believe that sooner or later you will come to this yourself when you buy some advanced headphones in a pair with the iPhone. How to listen to FLAC? Above is the answer to your question, it is gratifying that the developers have added much more to this main function.

About the Vox player: some facts

Infrequently, we now publish articles about software, perhaps all of us, Mobile-review editors, should overcome laziness and write about individual programs or make collections of used applications - this will surely come in handy for many ...

1. In the base player on an iPhone running iOS 10, I can't find where to enable track repeat. I love, you know, winding up a hurdy-gurdy and listening to the same thing for half an hour - it's a great way to fuck up your favorite tune. You listen until you get bored. But now things have become very difficult. Where the hell is that button? In general, with these thoughts, I open Vox, choose to show all the music, including in iTunes, instantly find the desired track by searching, press repeat in the control bar above the sound wave, turn it up louder and start shaving. That's why it's worth having Vox on your smartphone. Seriously, I don't know where the "repeat track" button is in the new player. But, thanks to kind people, I found everything, on the playback screen you need to swipe your finger from the bottom up (without catching the bottom panel), on the screen that appears there will be repeat icons, Shuffle, a list of tracks in the queue.

2. For me personally, Vox is a must-have program for three reasons. Firstly, FLAC is supported (and AAC, MP3, WAV, AIFF, ALAC, FLAC, OGG and more are also supported). This is important, and not only for your favorite jazz, it is better to listen to electronic music in good quality, completely different sensations - and do not believe those who will prove otherwise. Secondly, there is the possibility of synchronization between Vox for a computer and Vox on a smartphone, a function called Loop. Thirdly, you can connect SoundCloud and YouTube accounts directly to Vox - there is nothing to be surprised here, a lot of interesting tracks can be found in YT. After connecting the same SoundCloud, the tracks that you liked, the feed and other information are visible in the application.It turns out that Vox works like a natural music harvester, there are your FLAC tracks, and tracks from iTunes, and from streaming services, and the newly added radio - you need to pay extra, but there is not much. It will be interesting to see what else will be added in the future. By the way, not so long ago they added a radio, for 749 rubles you get access to more than 30,000 stations - but the question is, why is it better than TuneIn. Except that it's all in one.

Vox < img src="https://mobile-review.com/soft/2016/image/vox/scr/02.jpg" alt="Vox" width="315" height="560"/> Vox Vox Vox Vox

3. Now about FLAC. You can download such music to the iPhone's memory ONLY through iTunes - alas, Apple does not yet allow you to do without wires, which is a pity. Connect your smartphone with a cable, go to the program tab, find Vox and add music. Tracks are loaded quickly, they appear in the program. On the playback screen, you can see information about the song, file type, characteristics. Of course, FLAC is not a panacea at all and not a guarantee of good sound quality, a lot still depends on the headphones, there is not much difference in the bundled EarPods. As my friend says, equally bad. Although I personally don’t think so, these headphones were made for the mass consumer, but for the mass consumer it’s quite ok. If you take something more serious, then you will hear the difference, just for fun, download the same album in two versions, FLAC and MP3. I can even hear the difference in the car. I don’t like to give analogies, but it’s like a sandwich with a greasy layer of butter, as my mother cooked without sparing, or a frail piece of stale bread, where they carried a tiny piece with a crooked rusty knife. They say you can't hear the difference - don't believe it. Just try to get confused, put on Vox, go to a store where you can connect different headphones to your equipment, and then you will understand the difference.

4. By default, only local, i.e. downloaded, tracks are displayed in the Library, but you can choose to display the entire iTunes library. This is handy if you only want to use Vox. To go to the menu, you need to click on the three dots on the left, being in the library, here you will see the ability to select the view, change the display of tracks (list or grid), sort the content. In flight mode, only local tracks can be displayed. In general, everything is done sensibly - HOUSE for RENT if you want to listen only to FLAC (for example), turn off iTunes, if you want to listen to everything in Vox, turn on all services. For example, the Loop service, which allows you to synchronize your personal content.

Vox < img src="https://mobile-review.com/soft/2016/image/vox/scr/08.jpg" alt="Vox" width="315" height="560"/> Vox Vox Vox Vox

5. A little about Loop, there are three pricing plans, the monthly fee varies depending on how many months you buy such a plan, for example, if you take 24 months at once, you get eight dollars per month. You can try it for free at the beginning and pay later. The bottom line is that data between programs is synchronized. For example, you bought some great album on Beatport, added it to Vox on your computer, and you can listen to the same album on your iPhone. I repeat, first I advise you to try, then decide whether to pay money. I bought a tariff plan, just to support the developers, they made a magic player, well done. The main thing is that now they support it properly, not carelessly.

6. A little about the magic equalizer of the program. The link is in the upper right corner on the playback screen, there are two main options, this is self-adjusting the EQ and selecting a preset. Presets are interesting, for example, there is a setting for headphones, Soft and Air - just cool settings, More Mids, More Highs, Drop Lows, you can change your choice from track to track. Or move the levers on your own, no one forbade this, and you can save your presets. When you press the buttons, the frequency, dB level is displayed. It would be great to allow users to share their settings for different artists, as they did in Parrot, I think Vox is more popular in every way.

Vox Vox Vox Vox Vox Vox Vox Vox

7. Расскажу про замеченные недостатки. Самый главный – после обновления iOS плеер может просто не работать, не видеть треки, загруженные в память, программа становится бесполезна. Последний раз такое случилось летом, и было очень обидно, что на iOS использовать Vox попросту не получалось. При работе с SoundCloud какое-то время назад пришлось пару раз при запуске ввести логин и пароль, но сейчас все хорошо – отображается ваша подборка музыки, те треки и миксы, что вы отметили «лайками». Не всегда четко срабатывает управление, поначалу вообще можно потеряться, куда тут двигать и что делать, не совсем интуитивно.And I also asked Zhenya Vildiaev to talk about what shortcomings he noticed, I report: “On Windows there is such a foobar2000 player, a kind of multimedia combine, to which you can pick up a bunch of codecs and make a converter out of it. I liked that in foobar2000 you could convert lossless to MP3 in two clicks, but in VOX this is not enough.” I use All2MP3 for converting, a very simple and effective program, I don’t even remember how many years it has been chasing me on different “poppies”. Zhenya's second comment is related to the work of Vox on iOS: “For Apple Music owners, VOX, in fact, is not needed, since (it seems) it cannot pull up the service's playlists (it's understandable). Also, for those who are satisfied with the sound quality of the purchased tracks, it also makes no sense to switch to VOX, otherwise you will have to buy tracks in iTunes, and then import them into VOX, in general, there will be two applications instead of one. As for Apple Music playlists, the idea is correct, but one thing must be understood here: if you put Vox, it is understood that there will be downloaded music mainly. I mean, FLAC (mostly). And, by the way, a little secret: iTunes playlists are visible in the "Collection" section on iOS, so you can use them to the fullest.

8. I would like to dream - I would like to add here the ability to transfer purchased tracks from different stores, for example, from Beatport. And then after all, for years on different computers I saved tracks, it would be nice to collect them in one cloud. You see, nostalgia would have overwhelmed, memories and all that. The ability to quickly “cook” MP3 from FLAC on a computer would also not hurt, Zhenya is right here. You can use up to five different devices in the Loop system - I would like to remove this limitation, you never know how many different gadgets I have, now it turns out back to back (two smartphones, a tablet, a laptop and a computer).

But other than that, I'm very satisfied and I advise everyone to at least try Vox. I believe that sooner or later you will come to this yourself when you buy some advanced headphones in a pair with the iPhone. How to listen to FLAC? Above is the answer to your question, it is gratifying that the developers have added much more to this main function.

About the Vox player: some facts

Infrequently, we now publish articles about software, perhaps all of us, Mobile-review editors, should overcome laziness and write about individual programs or make collections of used applications - this will surely come in handy for many ...

1. In the base player on an iPhone running iOS 10, I can't find where to enable track repeat. I love, you know, winding up a hurdy-gurdy and listening to the same thing for half an hour - it's a great way to fuck up your favorite tune. You listen until you get bored. But now things have become very difficult. Where the hell is that button? In general, with these thoughts, I open Vox, choose to show all the music, including in iTunes, instantly find the desired track by searching, press repeat in the control bar above the sound wave, turn it up louder and start shaving. That's why it's worth having Vox on your smartphone. Seriously, I don't know where the "repeat track" button is in the new player. But, thanks to kind people, I found everything, on the playback screen you need to swipe your finger from the bottom up (without catching the bottom panel), on the screen that appears there will be repeat icons, Shuffle, a list of tracks in the queue.

2. For me personally, Vox is a must-have program for three reasons. Firstly, FLAC is supported (and AAC, MP3, WAV, AIFF, ALAC, FLAC, OGG and more are also supported). This is important, and not only for your favorite jazz, it is better to listen to electronic music in good quality, completely different sensations - and do not believe those who will prove otherwise. Secondly, there is the possibility of synchronization between Vox for a computer and Vox on a smartphone, a function called Loop. Thirdly, you can connect SoundCloud and YouTube accounts directly to Vox - there is nothing to be surprised here, a lot of interesting tracks can be found in YT. After connecting the same SoundCloud, the tracks that you liked, the feed and other information are visible in the application.It turns out that Vox works like a natural music harvester, there are your FLAC tracks, and tracks from iTunes, and from streaming services, and the newly added radio - you need to pay extra, but there is not much. It will be interesting to see what else will be added in the future. By the way, not so long ago they added a radio, for 749 rubles you get access to more than 30,000 stations - but the question is, why is it better than TuneIn. Except that it's all in one.

Vox < img src="https://mobile-review.com/soft/2016/image/vox/scr/02.jpg" alt="Vox" width="315" height="560"/> Vox Vox Vox Vox

3. Now about FLAC. You can download such music to the iPhone's memory ONLY through iTunes - alas, Apple does not yet allow you to do without wires, which is a pity. Connect your smartphone with a cable, go to the program tab, find Vox and add music. Tracks are loaded quickly, they appear in the program. On the playback screen, you can see information about the song, file type, characteristics. Of course, FLAC is not a panacea at all and not a guarantee of good sound quality, a lot still depends on the headphones, there is not much difference in the bundled EarPods. As my friend says, equally bad. Although I personally don’t think so, these headphones were made for the mass consumer, but for the mass consumer it’s quite ok. If you take something more serious, then you will hear the difference, just for fun, download the same album in two versions, FLAC and MP3. I can even hear the difference in the car. I don’t like to give analogies, but it’s like a sandwich with a greasy layer of butter, as my mother cooked without sparing, or a frail piece of stale bread, where they carried a tiny piece with a crooked rusty knife. They say you can't hear the difference - don't believe it. Just try to get confused, put on Vox, go to a store where you can connect different headphones to your equipment, and then you will understand the difference.

4. By default, only local, i.e. downloaded, tracks are displayed in the Library, but you can choose to display the entire iTunes library. This is handy if you only want to use Vox. To go to the menu, you need to click on the three dots on the left, being in the library, here you will see the ability to select the view, change the display of tracks (list or grid), sort the content. In flight mode, only local tracks can be displayed. In general, everything is done sensibly - HOUSE for RENT if you want to listen only to FLAC (for example), turn off iTunes, if you want to listen to everything in Vox, turn on all services. For example, the Loop service, which allows you to synchronize your personal content.

Vox < img src="https://mobile-review.com/soft/2016/image/vox/scr/08.jpg" alt="Vox" width="315" height="560"/> Vox Vox Vox Vox

5. A little about Loop, there are three pricing plans, the monthly fee varies depending on how many months you buy such a plan, for example, if you take 24 months at once, you get eight dollars per month. You can try it for free at the beginning and pay later. The bottom line is that data between programs is synchronized. For example, you bought some great album on Beatport, added it to Vox on your computer, and you can listen to the same album on your iPhone. I repeat, first I advise you to try, then decide whether to pay money. I bought a tariff plan, just to support the developers, they made a magic player, well done. The main thing is that now they support it properly, not carelessly.

6. A little about the magic equalizer of the program. The link is in the upper right corner on the playback screen, there are two main options, this is self-adjusting the EQ and selecting a preset. Presets are interesting, for example, there is a setting for headphones, Soft and Air - just cool settings, More Mids, More Highs, Drop Lows, you can change your choice from track to track. Or move the levers on your own, no one forbade this, and you can save your presets. When you press the buttons, the frequency, dB level is displayed. It would be great to allow users to share their settings for different artists, as they did in Parrot, I think Vox is more popular in every way.

Vox Vox Vox Vox Vox Vox Vox Vox

7. Расскажу про замеченные недостатки. Самый главный – после обновления iOS плеер может просто не работать, не видеть треки, загруженные в память, программа становится бесполезна. Последний раз такое случилось летом, и было очень обидно, что на iOS использовать Vox попросту не получалось. При работе с SoundCloud какое-то время назад пришлось пару раз при запуске ввести логин и пароль, но сейчас все хорошо – отображается ваша подборка музыки, те треки и миксы, что вы отметили «лайками». Не всегда четко срабатывает управление, поначалу вообще можно потеряться, куда тут двигать и что делать, не совсем интуитивно.And I also asked Zhenya Vildiaev to talk about what shortcomings he noticed, I report: “On Windows there is such a foobar2000 player, a kind of multimedia combine, to which you can pick up a bunch of codecs and make a converter out of it. I liked that in foobar2000 you could convert lossless to MP3 in two clicks, but in VOX this is not enough.” I use All2MP3 for converting, a very simple and effective program, I don’t even remember how many years it has been chasing me on different “poppies”. Zhenya's second comment is related to the work of Vox on iOS: “For Apple Music owners, VOX, in fact, is not needed, since (it seems) it cannot pull up the service's playlists (it's understandable). Also, for those who are satisfied with the sound quality of the purchased tracks, it also makes no sense to switch to VOX, otherwise you will have to buy tracks in iTunes, and then import them into VOX, in general, there will be two applications instead of one. As for Apple Music playlists, the idea is correct, but one thing must be understood here: if you put Vox, it is understood that there will be downloaded music mainly. I mean, FLAC (mostly). And, by the way, a little secret: iTunes playlists are visible in the "Collection" section on iOS, so you can use them to the fullest.

8. I would like to dream - I would like to add here the ability to transfer purchased tracks from different stores, for example, from Beatport. And then after all, for years on different computers I saved tracks, it would be nice to collect them in one cloud. You see, nostalgia would have overwhelmed, memories and all that. The ability to quickly “cook” MP3 from FLAC on a computer would also not hurt, Zhenya is right here. You can use up to five different devices in the Loop system - I would like to remove this limitation, you never know how many different gadgets I have, now it turns out back to back (two smartphones, a tablet, a laptop and a computer).

But other than that, I'm very satisfied and I advise everyone to at least try Vox. I believe that sooner or later you will come to this yourself when you buy some advanced headphones in a pair with the iPhone. How to listen to FLAC? Above is the answer to your question, it is gratifying that the developers have added much more to this main function.

About the Vox player: some facts

Infrequently, we now publish articles about software, perhaps all of us, Mobile-review editors, should overcome laziness and write about individual programs or make collections of used applications - this will surely come in handy for many ...

1. In the basic player on an iPhone with iOS 10, I can't find where to enable track repeat. I love, you know, winding up a hurdy-gurdy and listening to the same thing for half an hour - it's a great way to fuck up your favorite tune. You listen until you get bored. But now things have become very difficult. Where the hell is that button? In general, with these thoughts, I open Vox, choose to show all the music, including in iTunes, instantly find the desired track by searching, press repeat in the control bar above the sound wave, turn it up louder and start shaving. That's why it's worth having Vox on your smartphone. Seriously, I don't know where the "repeat track" button is in the new player. But, thanks to kind people, I found everything, on the playback screen you need to swipe your finger from the bottom up (without catching the bottom panel), on the screen that appears there will be repeat icons, Shuffle, a list of tracks in the queue.

2. For me personally, Vox is a program I need for three reasons. Firstly, FLAC is supported (and AAC, MP3, WAV, AIFF, ALAC, FLAC, OGG and more are also supported). This is important, and not only for your favorite jazz, it is better to listen to electronic music in good quality, completely different sensations - and do not believe those who will prove otherwise. Secondly, there is the possibility of synchronization between Vox for a computer and Vox on a smartphone, a function called Loop. Thirdly, you can connect SoundCloud and YouTube accounts directly to Vox - there is nothing to be surprised here, a lot of interesting tracks can be found in YT. After connecting the same SoundCloud, the tracks that you liked, the feed and other information are visible in the application.It turns out that Vox works like a natural music harvester, there are your FLAC tracks, and tracks from iTunes, and from streaming services, and the newly added radio - you need to pay extra, but there is not much. It will be interesting to see what else will be added in the future. By the way, not so long ago they added a radio, for 749 rubles you get access to more than 30,000 stations - but the question is, why is it better than TuneIn. Except that it's all in one.

3. Now about FLAC. You can download such music to the iPhone's memory ONLY through iTunes - alas, Apple does not yet allow you to do without wires, which is a pity. Connect your smartphone with a cable, go to the program tab, find Vox and add music. Tracks are loaded quickly, they appear in the program. On the playback screen, you can see information about the song, file type, characteristics. Of course, FLAC is not a panacea at all and not a guarantee of good sound quality, a lot still depends on the headphones, there is not much difference in the bundled EarPods. As my friend says, equally bad. Although I personally don’t think so, these headphones were made for the mass consumer, but for the mass consumer it’s quite ok. If you take something more serious, then you will hear the difference, just for fun, download the same album in two versions, FLAC and MP3. I can even hear the difference in the car. I don’t like to give analogies, but it’s like a sandwich with a greasy layer of butter, as my mother cooked without sparing, or a frail piece of stale bread, where they carried a tiny piece with a crooked rusty knife. They say you can't hear the difference - don't believe it. Just try to get confused, put on Vox, go to a store where you can connect different headphones to your equipment, and then you will understand the difference.

4. By default, the Library only shows local, i.e. downloaded, tracks, but you can choose to show your entire iTunes library. This is handy if you only want to use Vox. To go to the menu, you need to click on the three dots on the left, being in the library, here you will see the ability to select the view, change the display of tracks (list or grid), sort the content. In flight mode, only local tracks can be displayed. In general, everything is done sensibly - HOUSE for RENT if you want to listen only to FLAC (for example), turn off iTunes, if you want to listen to everything in Vox, turn on all services. For example, the Loop service, which allows you to synchronize your personal content.

4. By default, the Library only shows local, i.e. downloaded, tracks, but you can choose to show your entire iTunes library. This is handy if you only want to use Vox. To go to the menu, you need to click on the three dots on the left, being in the library, here you will see the ability to select the view, change the display of tracks (list or grid), sort the content. In flight mode, only local tracks can be displayed. In general, everything is done sensibly - HOUSE for RENT HOUSE for RENT if you want to listen only to FLAC (for example), turn off iTunes, if you want to listen to everything in Vox, turn on all services. For example, the Loop service, which allows you to synchronize your personal content.

5. A little about Loop, there are three tariff plans offered, the monthly fee varies depending on how many months you buy such a plan, for example, if you take it for 24 months at once, you get eight dollars per month. You can try it for free at the beginning and pay later. The bottom line is that data between programs is synchronized. For example, you bought some great album on Beatport, added it to Vox on your computer, and you can listen to the same album on your iPhone. I repeat, first I advise you to try, then decide whether to pay money. I bought a tariff plan, just to support the developers, they made a magic player, well done. The main thing is that now they support it properly, not carelessly.

6. A little about the magic equalizer of the program. The link is in the upper right corner on the playback screen, there are two main options, this is self-adjusting the EQ and selecting a preset. Presets are interesting, for example, there is a setting for headphones, Soft and Air - just cool settings, More Mids, More Highs, Drop Lows, you can change your choice from track to track. Or move the levers on your own, no one forbade this, and you can save your presets. When you press the buttons, the frequency, dB level is displayed. It would be great to allow users to share their settings for different artists, as they did in Parrot, I think Vox is more popular in every way.

7. Let me tell you about the shortcomings. The most important thing is that after updating iOS, the player may simply not work, not see the tracks loaded into memory, the program becomes useless. The last time this happened was in the summer, and it was very disappointing that Vox simply could not be used on iOS. When working with SoundCloud some time ago, I had to enter a login and password a couple of times at startup, but now everything is fine - your selection of music is displayed, those tracks and mixes that you marked with “likes”. The control does not always work clearly, at first you can generally get lost, where to move and what to do, not quite intuitively. And I also asked Zhenya Vildiaev to talk about what shortcomings he noticed, I report: “On Windows there is such a foobar2000 player, a kind of multimedia combine, to which you can pick up a bunch of codecs and make a converter out of it.I liked that in foobar2000 you could convert lossless to MP3 in two clicks, but in VOX this is not enough.” I use All2MP3 for converting, a very simple and effective program, I don’t even remember how many years it has been chasing me on different “poppies”. Zhenya's second comment is related to the work of Vox on iOS: “For Apple Music owners, VOX, in fact, is not needed, since (it seems) it cannot pull up the service's playlists (it's understandable). Also, for those who are satisfied with the sound quality of the purchased tracks, it also makes no sense to switch to VOX, otherwise you will have to buy tracks in iTunes, and then import them into VOX, in general, there will be two applications instead of one. As for Apple Music playlists, the idea is correct, but one thing must be understood here: if you put Vox, it is understood that there will be downloaded music mainly. I mean, FLAC (mostly). And, by the way, a little secret: iTunes playlists are visible in the "Collection" section on iOS, so you can use them to the fullest.

8. I would like to dream - I would like to add here the ability to transfer purchased tracks from different stores, for example, from Beatport. And then after all, for years on different computers I saved tracks, it would be nice to collect them in one cloud. You see, nostalgia would have overwhelmed, memories and all that. The ability to quickly “cook” MP3 from FLAC on a computer would also not hurt, Zhenya is right here. You can use up to five different devices in the Loop system - I would like to remove this limitation, you never know how many different gadgets I have, now it turns out back to back (two smartphones, a tablet, a laptop and a computer).

But other than that, I'm very satisfied and I advise everyone to at least try Vox. I believe that sooner or later you will come to this yourself when you buy some advanced headphones in a pair with the iPhone. How to listen to FLAC? Above is the answer to your question, it is gratifying that the developers have added much more to this main function.