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Too many emails, app does nothing
Before downloading, and please if you are considering a subscription, read the responses by these developers. They don’t sound all that bright. It appears as well that they don’t have a good handle on grammar. and I’m supposed to trust you by subscribing? How much are you charging per year? That’s right a ridiculous inflated amount for features nobody wants. These guys are relentless. Constant emails trying to sell you their premium package. Several every single day! Really?? FYI, you get NO features unless you go premium - none, not even a little taste of how their app is supposed to make your music experience better, instead they just tell you via annoying emails. That’s right, no equalizer. Nothing. How are we supposed to know how good your product is? Not sure what good this app is unless you give them cash. A little advice - if you want to sell your tasty snack to new customers you need to give out a free sample. These guys are super greedy and will do anything to get your cash. Including giving you nothing until you subscribe. Deleting the app now. I advise you do the same if you have already made the foolish decision to download it as I did. See you in the funny papers Vox. Update (in response to developer reply): Too late. I’ve already deleted the app. You said it best yourself, “...our price model is not perfect...” Thoughtful gesture but I don’t see you trying to perfect it. Later.
EQ held hostage
Once upon a time, Vox was a great app. It was the only one offering a parametric EQ. But then they bundled the EQ in with their subscription service. Ugh. I’d pay $50 for the Vox app to have that. But $50 a year with a zillion features that I don’t need? Nah. That is the antiquated cable tv model everyone hates. Please - separate the app from the sub features and let those who don’t need all the cloud feature just buy the app. UPDATE - RESPONSE TO DEVELOPER’S RESPONSE: I appreciate the developer’s review, but my review stands. A core function of this software that you offered for free was removed and put in the subscription version. I’ve said I’d gladly pay once for a version that has the EQ. I don’t need all the other bells and whistles. Please come up with a third buying option. One that doesn’t require a subscription. Just make it a player with the EQ, as the version I have on my iOS9 devices has. I’ll pay for that. Once. And if you significantly upgrade, I’ll pay for an upgrade if I think I need it. Please. For now, I am forever locked into listening on older devices. And that’s OK, but they won’t last forever. So, I implore you to please simply move the EQ function back over the threshold to the free version. Those of us that are older, on fixed incomes, and have hearing loss need to be able to tailor the sound without feeling as if we are being held hostage to a subscription scheme.
please support the use of multiple album covers within a single album
there are two albums in my library, that I can think of off the top of my head, which this is relevant to: Animal Collective’s Honeycomb / Gotham single and My Chemical Romance’s Conventional Weapons compilation each of these two albums have two or more covers: Honeycomb / Gotham has two; one for Honeycomb, and the other for Gotham. because Honeycomb is first, ONLY the cover for Honeycomb is used for BOTH tracks. for the Conventional Weapons compilation, there are 5 covers, but only the cover for Number One (the first single in the series) is used for every single track. I prefer to use VOX over the regular Music app because I feel it’s superior in most ways, but this particular issue is super frustrating to me because it’s something that even Apple’s Music app supports, but for whatever reason, VOX doesn’t. that being said, it’s really my only gripe with the app. the rest is wonderful, although I wish you could stream undownloaded songs with Apple Music through VOX. that would be pretty cool.
VOX Music Player gets FIVE STAR rating
Very satisfied with the VOX Music Player. Over the years, I went from listening to LP, to CD to my iPhone. I synced my library with I-Tunes, but my music library had been ripped in MP3 format. I have a good sound system but so much sound quality is lost in compressed formats. I heard about high-definition music but when I found out I needed special software to play it I just gave up. Then I found VOX. I found free software from the web and I’m ripping all my CDs in FLAC format and uploading them to my VOX library. It’s so simple. Now, with a little help from an Apple compatible DAC, I listen to music in all of its glory. Don’t let anyone tell you that there’s no difference; there is a big sound quality difference. Vox instantly syncs what I upload from my PC to my iPhone; the app even has an excellent parametric equalizer that helps me adjust my music to the listening environment. I’m somewhat technically challenged so when I reached out to the VOX developer, I received the same day response to my questions. How does it get any better? VOX gets FIVE-STARS!
Great sounding and looking app! But broken:/
I recently downloaded Vox. Newest version, new phone, newest iOS version running. Everything as it should be. However, the app CONTINUOUSLY crashes. I tried some trouble shooting, reinstalled, worked for about 15 min, crashed. Signed up for a subscription, thought maybe the payed version might be more stable...nothing changed, crashes about 3 min after starting...what I DID get with my membership fee is access to the Vox community...seems like a dumpster fire, TONS AND TONS of topics listing hundreds of screw ups and glitches. Some even having the developer promise a new update app version!! Coming in a few days! Only to have the customer say “it’s been 58 days since you said that?!” I’ve tried reaching out, but no response, tried sending crash reports, but it crashes before I can send. The website for the Vox community will redirect you if you navigate away to get reference material or numbers for a report. It also seems to crash just as much as their app. Maybe this app used to be great? Idk...all the full star reviews sure got me to buy into it. Massive let down.
I want to be able to see my Vox music folder on Files. So I can add music from other applications easily. Right now it only adds one track at a time which is frustrating when you try to add an entire album or discography. Pls add this option. PS: EQ should not be a premium feature. Some people need EQ as a hearing accessibility. That's not nice at all. You can always keep other features as premium. Sound effects, themes, dsd player (maybe) and so many other cool features. Make your premium app awesome instead of makin the free version as basic as it can be.
Just Not a Good App
It plays music (including FLAC files), so it gets two stars. Otherwise, it’s unpleasant to use. The UI is poorly designed. I have release-dates on my albums, but the app randomly puts a handful at the top of the list out of order. When you select an artist, the app displays a list of all albums including all songs on each of those albums, so if you want to get down a long list to the album you want, you’ll be scrolling a lot. The now-playing display uses ridiculously small fonts with no visible controls, wasting a ton of screen space, but shows a scrolling “map” of the volume of the song which serves no purpose whatsoever. Oddly has “playlists” and “collections”, which seem too similar to justify both. I made sure to add art to all of my albums, but the app randomly omits it or replaces it. The app sends regular notifications, but they’re just ads for what the premium version would give me if I want to subscribe, so nothing useful. Seems like a high school programming class project, and not from the end of the year.
My New Go To
I took a little risk and signed up for the VOX Premium with 2 year unlimited cloud service. The price was right and the research I did indicated promise. Sometimes things work out and sometimes they don’t. This time, the audio gods were smiling on me! I couldn’t be much happier with the audio quality. In fact, I’m thinking about selling my two high res audio players because this app sounds even better to me. No, it’s not perfect. Sometimes uploads are slow due to whatever, but not enough to deter me. I have loaded 171 GB of mostly FLAC files, and have a lot more to go! Not all of my artwork is showing up either, but their responsive service staff has assured me that these issues will go away when their Windows app is released and I can upload from there instead of the website. The bottom line for me is audio quality, and this app has that in spades.
I love it but it has one major issue
I use VOX to play music that I copied from iTunes, that’s my only use for it, I prefer it to the stock music app. The trouble is that if I at all open the default music app and then go back to vox even after I’ve quite the music app it’s jumbles up my playlists, I have to then restart the phone before I can see my playlist properly and I need to make sure that I never open the music app otherwise I’d need to restart again before vox shows my playlists properly. This is on my iPhone X, but it does it on all my older iPhones, it’s been a problem for a very long time now, and now on my iPhone 5 it won’t unjumble my playlist when restarted at all making it utterly useless to me. It’s highly irritating, I’ve left a review before stating this and still left a 5 star rating, however I didn’t get a response nor was the problem fixed. I like your app but this will be a 1 star rating until this issue is finally sorted out because the issue makes the app useless to me in some situations.
I’m pretty sure my previous review was deleted. Anyway, this app could be a gem were it not for the UI, which is not intuitive. The main menu seems hidden and to get to it you have to press a down arrow icon. What? Why? Collections are pointless if you’re gonna have playlists. I complained about not being able to give my music metadata such as a genre or album name in an email, but a music app developer seemed to have no idea of what i was talking about. I’m looking at the app now and when I open the Library section, I can only sort my music by artist, then year... that’s it guys? Also, I still have to manually add my music to my phone bc VOX can’t sync my Mac/iPhone libraries automatically when I connect my phone to my computer, but they do want me to pay for that cloud service to do it. I would not mind paying for Premium if small issues like these were fixed. Oh, and once again developers, please condescend me in a response... That’s how you get someone to pay for a Premium membership.
Don’t pay for premium
Update: almost a year later and this service STILL has the same album cover issue. My one year subscription was such a waste, don’t make the same mistake I did. This wouldn’t be such a problem if they would make a Windows app, I don’t know why they only want to support Mac semi-properly. Whatever you do don’t buy the premium membership, the cloud service they provide is horrible. There are constant bugs with album art (and other stuff if you check their forums) and their support staff is clueless. I sent an email that clearly stated the problem and every thing I tried myself to fix the issue and they sent back a reply that asked me about something I explained in great detail multiple times in the email. On top of that when you delete files from the cloud they aren’t actually deleted so when I try to delete a broken file and upload again because of their terrible software, the broken file is still used. Worst of all there is no PC software for some reason so the only way to try to delete stuff from the cloud is using a Mac. You can’t even delete stuff with the iPhone app, how does that make sense? I’m so disappointed in this since I really wanted a way to have my lossless music in the cloud since iTunes Match doesn’t support it and Microsoft Groove is shutting down totally so I can’t use my OneDrive easily anymore. The search continues.
Doesn’t work for Grateful Dead collectors
I’ve been using this app now for a while, trying to get it to function for what I need it for, but I’ve had no luck and support is more than useless. The big issue here is that, if you want to upload a lot of music from one artist, VOX frequently gets tracks confused if they’re named the same thing (i.e. 1-01 Promised Land) and live shows won’t upload correctly. Ive loaded over 8,000 Grateful Dead songs into my iTunes library and have had zero issues or mixups. After about 40 albums the app refuses to let me input anymore of my music, loading it all into an Untitled folder. I would love to use this app to load all of my Grateful Dead collection into for hi-res listening, but it simply just does not function well enough to do that. Unfortunately, there are practically no other good options for FLAC listening, so I guess I’m sticking with iTunes.
Audio eq apps like boom don’t stand out like this one. That point alone will set the tone for the rest of this review. I own an expensive system in my car so I was looking for something better than the oh so terrible eq apps out there and I did more than an honest man’s share of testing and research and nothing came close to the near perfection of this app. Appearance: looks that kill! Performance: Like a banger! Usability: Simply put, that little boom app is a poor excuse of an eq app compared to this maamajaama! Bottom line: You deserve the best in life right?? Then offload and get rid of those terrible eq apps from the other developers and get this cause if you don’t then you won’t understand how good it is!
Out of all the apps that allow for music through iTunes file sharing, this is the only one that ticks most of the boxes while actually having a good UI/UX. I love that I can play Opus files and have the album art show up by putting it in the same folder rather than wasting space by embedding the album art. The only thing that I miss is being able to shuffle by albums. The foobar2000 app is the only one I found that does this but the UX is much worse on that app. This matters a lot to me as I often do not know what I want to listen to at a given moment, and shuffling by songs is less than ideal as a lot of albums are meant to be listened to in their original order. If this feature was introduced this would become my go-to music app for sure.
Just what I wanted, and NO ADS!!!
A solid music player and organizer, VOX lets you organize music by creating collections (playlists) and editing the order of your songs within each playlist. You can also find all your songs in the Library and listen to them all straight from there. Just as advertised there are no ads, which is essential in my opinion! My only complaint is that you can only import one song at a time, so it does take a while to copy your music into VOX. But once all your music is transferred, you are home free with no adds or WiFi required to listen to your music!
Yes. VOX – MP3 & FLAC Music Player is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 2,940 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.3/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for VOX – MP3 & FLAC Music Player Is 63.8/100.
Yes. VOX – MP3 & FLAC Music Player is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 2,940 VOX – MP3 & FLAC Music Player User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for VOX – MP3 & FLAC Music Player Is 63.8/100.
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