Automatically skip songs that contain explicit lyrics with Denied

Block explicit songs

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.

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Customizable rules

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.

Now Playing info

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!

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Denied skips songs that are disliked in iTunes

Skip disliked songs

Mark a song as 'disliked' in iTunes and Denied will automatically skip over it.

Currently works with iTunes and Apple Music only.

Block repeating tracks

Automatically block tracks that you've played before in the past few hours.

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Works with Spotify and iTunes (Apple Music)

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Whether you want to block songs while listening to Spotify Radio, Apple Music or your iTunes library,
Denied has you covered.

Denied looks stunning in Mojave's new Dark Mode

Stunning in Dark Mode

Apple's latest macOS update introduces a brand new option that allows you to turn the entire interface dark. The fittingly called Dark Mode soothes your eyes in low light environments and feels raw and powerful.

From launch Denied is ready to support this new display mode. It even takes advantage of the customizable accent color. Get it now.

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