Latest newsAll current apps work with macOS Catalina
October 2019Denied v1.7 adds support for Catalina's Music.app
September 2019Adjusting prices
Songs can be blocked by their artist, title or album, allowing you to truly enjoy Top 40 playlists, the Christmas season and Spotify Radio.
Make sure you never hear another live session or karaoke version with Denied.
Automatically block songs that contain explicit lyrics, making sure kids (or other sensitive ears) don't get stirred up by Eminem's latest and greatest.
Note: filtering explicit content requires an active internet connection.
Mark a song as 'disliked' in iTunes and Denied will automatically skip over it.
Currently works with iTunes and Apple Music only.
"Fortunately you can now download a nifty little app to prevent unwanted artists sneaking into your speakers."
"When you're listening to compilations or radio, you sometimes come across artists you hate. Denied fixes that by creating simple rules."
"That’s where Denied comes in. With a few clicks, you can banish your least-favorite songs or bands from earshot for good."
See which track is currently playing and easily create new rules by clicking on the title, artist or album.
Shows album art and track information from Spotify and iTunes!
Whether you want to block songs while listening to Spotify Radio, Apple Music or your iTunes library, Denied has you covered.
Automatically block tracks that you've played before in the past few hours.
Teachers/Parents- Do you wish @Spotify had a "clean" filter? Sometimes I worry that Spotify will spit out something that will get me fired. @deniedapp is a Mac tool ($2.99) that will let you filter Explicit tracks (or just @Nickelback and @TaylorSwift13) https://t.co/TJETeu2Qt8— Jana Maiuri (@janamaiuri) February 24, 2018
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