Fidelify uses Spotify Core to deliver streaming content in a bit perfect stream directly to the soundcard, using either ASIO or WASAPI. In addition the player itself is optimized for minimal jitter. Convolver DSP is integrated in the player to allow real time FIR filter correction of the audio stream (room correction), and a custom VST module to allow users running an additional DSP effect or EQ on the audio stream (breaks bitperfect chain).
Fidelify is currently in beta, which means that a fully functional verified stable release is not yet ready. Please forward any bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org
WARNING: This version submits anonymous usage data to the Fidelify server!Fidelify v.0.5.1 (09.11.2012)
Changes: Several bugfixes including the "Invalid access to memory location" error, view currently playing button added, display total playtime added, media key support added, improved shuffle and unavailable tracks marked as such.
Fidelify v.0.5.0 (02.11.2012)
Fidelify v.0.4.2 (18.10.2012)
Fidelify v.0.4.1 (08.08.2011)
Fidelify v.0.4.0 (08.08.2011)
Fidelify v.0.3.0 (19.05.2011)
Fidelify v.0.2.1 (28.04.2011)
Fidelify v.0.2 (26.04.2011)
Fidelify v.0.1.1 (25.04.2011)
Fidelify v.0.1.0 (24.04.2011)
Fidelify v.0.0.1 (23.04.2011)
Here follows a few screenshots visualizing the key aspects of Fidelify (click on images to enlarge)
Main window of Fidelify
Options panel. Features Asio, WASAPI, VST plugin, Convolver and bitrate selection
The new context menu alows you to add songs to playlists, browse artist or album
When you minimize Fidelify it removes itself from the taskbar, but stays in the notification area. By right clicking the Fidelify icon you'll get a context menu allowing you to switch song, maximize or exit.