Kanex Group, Inc. has released a public beta version of MP3 Dock for Mac users. MP3 Dock is an MP3 player and browser designed for playing from directly within the OS X Dock. The app features drag and drop support and search features. According to Kanex Group:
Today Kanex Group Inc. previewed the newest MP3 player from its family of useful applications for Macintosh computers. MP3 Dock resides in the Mac OS X Dock, enabling a high-quality playback and easy browsing through MP3 files.
Because Mac OS X Dock is instantly accessible, that seems natural to have an ability to work with your MP3 songs right from the Dock. With MP3 Dock you just click the program icon and select your favorite song from a convenient menu. You can sort your music by Album, Artist or Folder name, see the latest ID3 Tags right in the Dock and play MP3 songs with any bitrate.
With MP3 Dock it will take you less than a single minute to download, install the program and play your favorite song. Just have a look at its unique features:
- Small and easy to use audio MP3 player
- Always ready for use right from the Mac OS X Dock
- Automatically album list collection
- Hierarchical menu in the album list
- Quick switch between recent albums
- Sorting by Album, Artist or Folder name
- Quick Load album list from the preference file
- Disk/Folder selection by Drag & Drop
- Automatic album list update for new and deleted tracks
- and more..
You can find more information about the MP3 Dock beta release at the Kanex Group Web site. MP3 Dock beta is currently available as a free download.