New in Capo 4.1

Building on Capo's last major update, Capo 4.1 contains some minor improvements that didn't make the cut for 4.0.

New Features

Handoff Support

Easily continue your work on projects that are stored in iCloud when switching between your Mac, iPhone, and iPad. Bring your devices close together, and you'll be given an option to continue your work where you left off.

Improvements & Bug Fixes

FLAC Support

In addition to its support for MP3, M4A, AIFF, and WAV audio files, Capo can now create projects from FLAC audio files.

NOTE: FLAC support requires macOS 10.14 Mojave or later, and Capo projects that contain FLAC audio files cannot be opened on earlier versions of macOS.

AirPods Playback Quality

We re-built the Audio Freezer engine to eliminates the sound quality issues that some users experienced when using Capo with AirPods and other Bluetooth headsets.

Improved Audio Device Compatibility

Re-building the Audio Freezer engine now (finally!) ends Capo's incompatibility with Aggregate audio devices on earlier releases of macOS.

Other Fixes

Capo now extracts album artwork from newly-imported song files that were not already indexed by the system. Also, we fixed a handful of user-reported crashes and issues—keep the feedback coming!

Download on the Mac App Store

Capo requires macOS 10.12 or later