This release replaces Apple’s FLAC decoder, since it started giving some problems on recent iOS versions. And while at it, new decoders for Opus and Ogg Vorbis formats have been implemented as well. If you have tracks in those formats, you can now stream them as-is, instead of having to transcode them on your server. 🙂
Soundwaves 2.12 is now available on the Mac App Store.
It’s a maintenance release including only minor fixes.
Soundwaves 2.12 is now available on the App Store.
This release contains some fixes to improve AirPlay support. Also, it prepares to support App Tracking Transparency, so it’s ready when Apple decides to switch it on. Please note that Soundwaves performs tracking and data collection only as long as you decide to keep using it freely, with ads. There’s an in-app purchase to remove ads which also stops any tracking.
With this release, Soundwaves is now more tolerant to erroneous responses from the server, trying to recover from errors whenever possible: the top reported problem was getting a response with invalid character data, usually due to broken ID3 tags.
Soundwaves 2.9 is now available on the Mac App Store.
This release main new feature is a new option:
If enabled, Soundwaves will automatically change your output device format to adapt it to the track it’s going to play. This might be especially welcome to people who have 24 bit/96 kHz FLAC files and would like to send them to their DAC’s without compromising that resolution.