Dreadlau wrote:LTParis wrote:...and will likely put a serious dent in iTunes usage on OS-X.
No chance. MM usage would be tiny compared to iTunes. Be realistic.
Athmos wrote:I'm pretty sure that Apple must have put some pressure on anybody who wants to produce a useful Audio-Player for MAC, otherwise I can't understand why the MM team is ignoring thousands of users to port their great software to OSX.
vpsaxman wrote:I doubt the devs are full time dedicated to MM. Developing for Mac also probably requires learning a new programming language. I don't think Apple "put pressure" on the MM dev team.
Athmos wrote:I am also a gold MM user since years. There is nothing better than MM, but since I use a Mac I am frustrated.
First I was searching for weeks to find something similar, without success. Songbird was slow and could not compete with MM.
So I spend a lot of money and bought myself Paralles and another Windows 7 license. After I thought I found the solution (I spend almost Euro 200), I got pretty disappointed as MM runs with lots of interupts/artifacts on my Parallels installation. I can't tell why, but as it shares the Audio-files from the MAC partition I can only assume that this might be the reason. Or the driver is not working as good via the vitualization.
So again I'm sitting here and have to listen to my Audiofiles with iTunes (which sucks in regards to manage my library). Especially since the star rating in iTunes is not using the one that is used by MM. So all my ratings I have applied over the years are not shown in iTunes.
I'm pretty sure that Apple must have put some pressure on anybody who wants to produce a useful Audio-Player for MAC, otherwise I can't understand why the MM team is ignoring thousands of users to port their great software to OSX.
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