If you are like me, iOS7/8 seriously broke your music listening habits. Scrolling through huge artist lists with hundreds of songs, weird/incorrect/missing artist images that were sourced from who knows where, huge album art so only a handful of albums were visible at a time. I spent a lot of time looking for a 3d party solution. I didn't want gimmicks and overwrought interfaces, just a simple iOS7/8 consistent design that restored iOS6 functionality, plus a couple of features that were missing. I couldn't find something I liked, so I decided to teach myself objective-C and develop my own. The result is Cesium, and it just went live in the App Store. It's a lightweight music player that makes music navigation simple and intuitive. Additional features: Utilizes existing device/itunes music library. Restores nested browsing. Focus in on your music collection with laser precision. Artist view. No more scrolling through Artist views with hundreds of songs. Sort albums by title or chronologically (ascending or descending). Tag responsive. Cesium dynamically adjusts presentation based on available track tags, including Sort fields. Classical Mode. When enabled, all music tagged as "Classical" in genres will use the Composer field instead of Artist/Album Artist. iCloud support. Toggle visibility of iTunes Match and/or purchased tracks. On-demand scrolling of long song titles, album or artist names, etc. Simply tap and hold. Gesture controls. Enable to safely control playback while driving. Seamless iOS7/8 design. Native display support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Cesium on the App Store Thanks for taking the time to check it out!