updated 04:15 pm EST, Tue January 28, 2014
Also adds playlist export types, better search
Developer Coppertino has released VOX 2.0, an update to its free audio player for OS X. The main change is a redesigned interface, designed to highlight album art while hiding most controls until they're needed. The app has also been given gapless playback, cutting out unwanted silence when switching tracks.
Some other changes include new playlist export formats, and more efficient search across devices and folders. Multi-device support has been improved via Audio MIDI, and a number of bugs have been fixed; these include problems with changing radio stations, and stability when dealing with intense loads.
VOX 2.0 requires OS X 10.7 or later. Although the core software is free, unlocking radio is a $3 in-app purchase.