Is there a good alternative to Itunes on mac?iTunes has become a piece of junk over the years so there is a lot of nonstandard behaviour in this so-called first-party app. Did you know you still can't double-click the title bar to zoom the app window? Four years later and they've still not fixed it.
Well, I use Clementine (https://www.clementine-player.org) and it's the only free alternative I have found that has all the features I need, such as support for Internet Radio streams. It has a pretty dated UI but it's very stable and has built-in support for various Internet Radio stations out-of-the-box as well as Spotify for Premium users (not tried that though). I've just checked and I can see it does remember which playlist you were in and what song was last selected when you quit and reopen the app.Is there a good alternative to Itunes on mac?
Yes I tried that and Clementine does that for me. If I play a particular song and then pause it, quit the app and reopen it, that song is visible and highlighted in the playlist it's assigned to.Just double checking so you play a song in some where middle of playlist and then when quit and re-open it it's still hi-lighted on your song and not top song?
I don't know, but I'm still running High Sierra, so the iTunes behaviour is clearly the same on both macOS releases. To be honest iTunes has a lot of strange non-native behaviour. They must use some non-native cross-platform components in the Mac version of iTunes since it runs on Windows as well.I'm jsut wandering was that the same on HS hm....