HiFi music player Doppler for Mac rolls out with iOS integration

Doppler for Mac makes listening to your own music collection easy.
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If you like listening to your own library of music and want support for hi-res file formats, Doppler for Mac could be for you. It’s now available, joining the popular Doppler for iPhone app.

Doppler for macOS makes it easy to work with your media collection. It features drag-and-drop functionality so it’s no hassle at all to add new music to your vault. “Just drag, drop and play,” its website says. No special steps to convert files necessary.

Doppler for Mac: High-res file support

Doppler supports popular formats like MP3, AAC and M4A, but also high-quality lossless formats like FLAC, ALAC and WAV.

Using the app, it’s straightforward process to transfer music files and playlists between iPhone and Mac via Wi-Fi or USB connection. You can search for artwork with one click, merge albums, edit metadata and take advantage of a playback queue.

Hey, there’s a reason Doppler for iPhone once made the Cult of Mac Aweswome App of the Week list. Now maybe Doppler for macOS will, too.

Compatible with the Sleeve mini-player

Doppler for Mac is compatible with the third-party mini-player Sleeve, which many folks consider a powerful tool. It’s designed for macOS and highly customizable. The two apps can work together to pump up your music collection.

Doppler for Mac and iOS come from developer Brushed Type, which said support for Shortcuts will roll out down the road.

Price: Doppler for Mac has a free 7-day trial, then $25; Doppler for iPhone is $7 after trial.

Where to download: Doppler