MusicJam - Music Player for iOS [FREE]

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by iboot2, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. iboot2 macrumors newbie

    Jan 9, 2012
    MusicJam Music Player
    The most easy to use music player for iOS.


    Get it here:
    MusicJam - FREE

    For more information and screenshot please visit MusicJam's website.

    MusicJam is the most easy to use music player for iOS. With built in gestures for play, pause, change tracks, and adjust volume, controlling your player feels more natural than ever before. In addition - it is no longer necessary to look at the player while performing these common tasks.
    MusicJam also features a playback queue that lists all tracks currently selected for playing. The unique "group by album" mode presents all the essential information about your songs in a concise and elegant manner. But there's more to it. With the find-as-you-type search bar you will be able to look up a song by title, album or artist in a blink of an eye even if your queue contains thousands of songs. Needless to say the queue editing functionality comes as standard.

    MusicJam is compatible with your iTunes Library - all synced songs and playlists are automatically imported.

    • Gesture controls for basic player functions.
    • Display album art and information for current song.
    • Preview the next/previous song or album right from the main screen.
    • Fast Forward and Rewind.
    • Shuffle does not repeat song until all songs are played.
    • Media Picker with indexes and search capabilities for faster access to your music. Configurable default action for the "done" button.
    • Playback queue displaying all songs selected for playing.
    • "Grouped by album" mode for the queue.
    • Playback queue editor - add, remove, or move songs. Sort the queue.
    • Search for songs in the queue by typing title, artist name or album.
    • Scroll current song into view function.
    • Disable Screen Lock option.
    • Control player from the lock screen or headphones remote.
    • Display song info and album cover on the Lock Screen (iOS 5 and later).
    • Multi-Tasking bar integration.
    • Responsive user interface.

    • Play/Pause - Tap.
    • Previous/Next Track - 1 finger Swipe or Drag Right/Left.
    • Previous/Next Album - 2 finger Swipe or Drag Right/Left.
    • Volume Control - 1 finger Drag Up/Down.
    • Fast Forward/Rewind - use the elapsed time slider.

    With MusicJam your music is always at your fingertips.

    Get it here:
    MusicJam - FREE

    If you like MusicJam, please rate it on the App Store.
  2. iboot2 thread starter macrumors newbie

    Jan 9, 2012
    Version 2.4 released

    We've just released version 2.4. New in this version:
    Ability to rate music.

    Thanks for your support.
  3. sebastian... macrumors regular

    Sep 11, 2011
    Why not add a custom equalizer ?
    But instead of doing what others have already done - a super high CPU consuming equalizer with 500 bands which would use a lot of battery, you could do a simple eq with a focus on low CPU usage.

    Most people just want some more bass and high in their music.
    So you could have an eq with just Bass and High. With the tag : More bass with less CPU usage :)

    And also don't forget the preamp slider and / or a clipping limiter.
  4. Bajaz001 macrumors newbie

    Feb 8, 2012
    Testin it right now. Maybe will be my only app. But where is lyrics, facebook/twitter/g+ share, integration?
  5. iboot2 thread starter macrumors newbie

    Jan 9, 2012
    These are not implemented yet. If you had a chance to pick one feature for the next release which one would it be?
  6. Bajaz001 macrumors newbie

    Feb 8, 2012
    Lastfm ofc. I dont have much lyrics in music ;)
  7. iboot2 thread starter macrumors newbie

    Jan 9, 2012
    We've just released version 3. New in this version:
    Cover Flow
  8. Sixth Street macrumors member

    Oct 7, 2007
    Do song ratings and playcounts sync back with iTunes?
  9. iboot2 thread starter macrumors newbie

    Jan 9, 2012
    No - iOS does not allow applications (other than the built in player) to do that.
  10. ca5albert macrumors newbie

    Jun 4, 2012

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