A terribly simple Cocoa app for keyboard-based queue-oriented Spotify use. It scrobbles. If you don't want scrobbling, just don't fill in the Last.fm login fields.
Beware of rough edges. Scratches my itch, no other guarantees granted.
- Use arrows to navigate around lists (maybe using shift to select stuff).
- Left and right arrows switch between queue and search results.
- Vim keys (currently only
- Holding the command-key and using the navigation keys moves the selected tracks in the queue.
- Tab cycles through search (
⌘L), search results and queue.
- Space bar pauses and unpauses (unless search field has focus).
- Pressing ⏎ (Return) on a single item plays it immediately.
- Pressing ⏎ with multiple songs selected enqueues them (and starts playing, if currently paused).
⌘⇧←adds tracks to top of queue.
⌘Nskips to the next track. Also useful for starting playback.
If you're the type who prefers deep-frozen pizza and ready-made pasta sauce, you can find a compiled version here. Also interesting for people who just don't happen to be script kiddies.
- Save queue across sessions.
- Enable artist / album / related browsing.
- Retrieval of playlists.
- ...feel free to submit requests in the Issues section.