Connect to your AirPods with one tap on the menu bar.
AudioNotes is a free macOS menu bar app that helps you record and share audio messages. As you finish recording, the app instantly copies a link to paste into emails, forums, website comments or social media.
Thanks to Background Music, you can automatically pause your music, set individual apps’ volumes and record system audio. Background Music can even pause your music player app when other audio starts playing. The idea is that when you’re listening to music and pause it to watch a video you always forget to unpause it.
Baritone puts all of the application’s native audio controls in your MacBook’s menu bar. So Baritone is for instance a Spotify control that lives in your menubar. No more need to open Spotify to seek, skip, or shuffle.
BarTunes allows you to control iTunes from your Mac’s menu bar. Quickly view album artwork, play/pause, skip forward and jump back through your music, with controls right in the menu bar.
BeardedSpice allows you to control web-based media players and some native apps (including iTunes, Spotify, VLC, Vox, and Downcast) with the media keys found on Mac keyboards. In other words: It wrests control of your media keys from iTunes and hands it back to you.
Breakaway lets you control iTunes via the volume control buttons and the headphone jack. The app even pauses the song playing in iTunes when you pull your headphones from the jack. When you plug them back in, your song will automatically resume from where it left off.
Carol is a minimal lyrics app that sits in your menu bar for quick access. It supports Apple Music and Spotify, and provides options to change text size and open lyrics in browser.