Relisten Player reworks the way you listen to your music. In the full version, you will experience your iTunes music collection through an elegant music player, with its playback enhanced by the Hierarchy process, which is a proven recovery algorithm and sound optimiser.
Relisten Player Lite gives you 100 minutes of this enhanced playback experience. After the time expires, the Hierarchy process will be disabled but you will be able to enjoy all other features of Relisten Player.
The Hierarchy process that is used in Relisten Player comprises a sound objects classification system, which, along with its adaptation to the inertial conditions of the speaker, recovers the initial state of the sound wave that are typically lost during mp3 compression, AD converter distortion and even poor sound takes. The process results in a rich and dense sound without an increase in mean volume of peaks but with the advent of large amounts of sound objects that previously went unnoticed by your ear.
This is the luxury app that your High-End system is waiting for.
"I finally took the risk to buy the app and I am no less than astounded. I don´t have a clue how you did it, but the sound is on par with the best DAP´s out there."
Willy Vlyminck, Germany AppStore.
"Relisten is fantastic. The detail and separation are insane. I use it with an e12a and it is heaven. This is the best music app out there."
Dave Weinmann, US AppStore.
Optimised for iPhone 5 and higher.
- Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Great sounding player in desperate need of a update
First of all, Relisten DO sound great and have a lovely interface for the player. You get 60 minutes of playing time to test the app before you are required to buy the full app.
Note the lite version is a older version than the full app, and do not have flac playback and Dropbox connection.
That said, it was originally released as a player for the downloaded iTunes music catalog, for which it do a great job. Unfortunately the support for your private collection of music which you can drop on the app in file-sharing in iTunes. Well that support is not particularly great, basic stuff like album cover art is unsupported, you can’t rank music, it can only pull ranking and other playlists from the iphones music app, so basically you need to use music OT rank and create playlists, which kinda defeats having another player on the iPhone.
I can’t really say I feel this is worth $50 for the purchase version, but having used it for a while, I can only say that I DO enjoy the sound, and am rather frustrated by how unfinished the rest of the app feels, it would feel far more satisfying as say. 4.99 app.
More importantly, you need to think long and hard about buying a $50 app that have not been updated the last year.
needs ONE MINOR TWEAK! plus a big price reduction!!!!!
you need to improve the music search function.
Every time you search music library it starts at the very beginning of alphabet and I have to scroll all the way to find again. You NEED a scrolling alphabet exactly like the iphone music app has.
sound quality seems good and it really seems to increase the amplifier output power of my iphone 6.
$50 is VERY steep!!!!!
i doubt you'll get much business pricing the full version like that. (which is evident, given that, other than mine, there are literally zero reviews of this app!
I could just buy a headphone amp for $50 that would likely sound just as good.
Step up your game! Nobody buys apps for $50.....and I am not going to either. $4.99 is a fair price for what you are offering here. More than that and you are delusional.
Good sound, bad UI & massively overpriced.
2 stars for the sound.
I'd pay up to $10 but $50...no way!
The UI is bad too.
I'll stick with Kaisertone.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.