FullBlast is a Music Player application for the iPhone. It allows you to stream the music on your device to an XBox, PS3 or any compatible TV directly over WiFi. No wires or special hardware needed!.
FullBlast, with its simple but yet powerful interface, is the only app available today that lets you control music playback directly from your device when streaming to an XBox or PS3.
If you've heard all the hype about AirPlay and are missing out because you don't have an AppleTV, this app is for you.
★★★★★★ FEATURES ★★★★★★
✔ Full playback control directly from your device for both AirPlay & DLNA devices (including Volume!).
✔ Tap to expand an artist discography or an album song list.
✔ Now Playing sliding panel with fullscreen metadata and art.
✔ Swipe an Artist, Album or Song to expose more actions.
✔ Easily shuffle all tracks under an Artist or a Genre.
✔ Touch navigation bar to automatically jump back to the currently playing track.
✔ Background audio.
★ HOW TO STREAM TO XBOX or PS3 ★
1. Connect your iPod, iPhone or iPad to the same local network as your XBox, PS3, PC or TV.
2. Start FullBlast.
3. If you have an XBox, go to the Music Player and select your device in the list. If you have a PS3, go to the Music Menu and select your device in the list.
4. Play the "Now Playing" song.
5. Go back to FullBlast, tap the "Antenna" button and select your XBox or PS3 which should have appeared in the list now.
★ HOW TO STREAM TO A WINDOWS MACHINE ★
1. Start Windows Media Player.
2. Make sure to enable "Allow remote control of my Player..." & "Automatically allow devices to play my media...".
3. Connect your iPod, iPhone or iPad to the same local network as your PC.
4. Start FullBlast.
5. Tap the "Antenna" button and select your PC.
★ HOW TO STREAM TO A DLNA DEVICE ★
1. Start your DLNA device (such as a Sony Bravia TV).
2 Connect your iPod, iPhone or iPad to the same local network as your PC.
3. Start FullBlast.
4. Tap the "Antenna" button and select your device.
★★★★★★ IMPORTANT ★★★★★★
• FullBlast is compatible with iCloud as long as songs have been downloaded & synced with your phone. If songs are playing in the stock iPod app, they should play in FullBlast.
• We do not guarantee FullBlast to be compatible with all DLNA devices.
• When streaming to a PS3 or XBox, there is a few seconds delay response time when pausing or changing song.
• On a PC, FullBlast only works with Windows Media Player running on Windows Vista or Windows 7.
• FullBlast is not compatible with old DRM songs purchased on iTunes, only newer iTunes DRM free purchases.
If you are experiencing any other issues, please visit our site at http://plutinosoft.com/fullblast or contact us at email@example.com. We can't help you if we don't hear from you!
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- Fix crash on iOS 4.2.1 at start time (Sorry about that!)
- Improved volume support
- Support for iOS 4.2
- Support for changing volume remotely
- Improved UPnP detection
- Support for iOS 4.3
Ratings and Reviews
Works alright but not 5 stars
I decided to try this since I already had AirMusic and thought I would try something else.
-You can change the song without having to go though that stupid Xbox dashboard
-It doesn't seem to quit if you leave it sitting while your phone is locked
-the process of connecting to the Xbox could be easier on the app. Instead of just flipping a switch on the app and its connected like on AirMusic you have to go and choose what it connects to which can be annoying.
-If you do it while in the Xbox menu it takes you to this weird screen where it plays the music and you have to kill the music and start the game then sync it again for it to play while you are in the game.
-The lag also is kind of bad when you change or start songs but it isn't bad at all. It's a heck of a lot better than the time it takes to go though the Xbox dashboard.
-when you choose an artist and then a album and you pick a song if you want to go back to the list of artists you have to close the drop downs before you can go though the list.
***RECOMENDATION FOR THE DEVELOPER***
-make the artist selection screen shift to the albums of each artist and same for albums to songs instead of just using drop downs which clutter everything up. (For a example of what you should do just look at the default music app on an iOS device)
Finally, an app that can stream and control the music!
I downloaded FullBlast becasue I was so happy with Plutinosoft's AirMusic app. AirMusic went from a really good working app and after much support it became near flawless! My favorite app for the Ipod.
And now this. FullBlast lets you control the music and even the volume from the Ipod! And it does it immediately in real time.... however I think this is where some people may get confused. If you're streaming to an Xbox 360 and the game pauses the stream, the song will be buffered... so if you pause or change tracks there will then be a delay. It's an understandable issue but I'm curious if Plutinosoft will address it anyways.
The people that are saying that it doesn't work...... wat? Must be angry developers who are jelly. This app is great.
Update: After a few weeks of using this, still works great. You people who are talking about delay don't understand how the app works. You have to enable the device immeidatley. The longer you wait to enable the device, the more dela you will have. And the delay is just a second or two, and only when you pause or change tracks. Don't see what the problem is. It's an unavoidable issue with the way streaming works.
Love this app.
Why not update the other apps???
I first purchased AirMusic and was impressed with it. Until it stopped supporting certain music types. Then I found MusicFlow and was thoroughly disappointed. The description of the app never said "BTW! You can't play a game and listen to this at the same time!" So that was a waste of money. So this time I torrented the app first to make sure it "works" No problems at all. You don't need a good internet connection to use this because it's all local. It works much better than AirMusic and MusicFlow combined. I don't have much complaints other than to update the look. Works great. 4 stars for this. Why not 5? Because they could have just combined AirMusic and MusicFlow with an update instead of charging more money for a separate app. Now I have two apps that are useless to me.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.