in:play music player
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Goodbye to endless scrolling, selection lists and unreadable text...hello to "seriously nifty navigation"! (Guardian UK)
Change your music perspective on the fly. To listen to an artist, tap and hold the artist name. Select an album or all songs the same way. Download now and find out why GuidingTech.com says, "once you start using it, you will be hooked".
Runner up for "Best Music Replacement App 2012, BestAppEverAwards.com".
in:play makes exploring your music library fun again!
∙Elegant, minimalist presentation
∙Swipe forwards and backwards through your song queue
∙Select a song on your selection screen and simply swipe right to play
∙Tap to play/pause
∙Tap and hold artist, album or song to switch between modes: all songs by the artist, all songs on the album, or all songs in your library
∙Day and night modes
∙Add anything to your custom re:playlist on the fly
∙Access to your local iTunes™ Music Library. (Use the default Music app to manage your cloud downloads.)
To see why in:play is better than the old way watch our video at:
What's New in Version 1.2.1
[Fixed] Persistent settings when the app is restarted
[Fixed] Music selection table index is now correct for non-english languages
Awesome music app
This is the most appealing music player among the ones I have downloaded (car tunes, audio xciter, mix&match, album flow, splyce, stezza and smart player).
It does not improve the audio output like audio xciter and does not make mixes like mix&match and splyce but it certainly look great with the power tone bar below the songs text and the blended art work at the top.
Changing and searching for songs is a breeze with the touch-and-change song, album, singer etc.
The app icon is just right, abstract, bright and blue. Keep it cool.
Wish the volume could be changed easier by swiping the screen up and down like most players. Maybe in the next update :-)
Pretty, but not very functional if you listen to a lot of playlists.
Very attractive, intuitive interface. My only issue with this app is that it doesn't display nested playlists. Instead, all of your iTunes playlists are just displayed alphabetically in one long list. So if you organize your playlists in folders, don't expect in:play to incorporate those nested folders into its playlist view. If you don't listen to your music by playlists, or if you don't obsessively organize your playlists like I do, this probably doesn't make much difference.
I'd love to see that one change made, because if I had easy access to my playlists, this app would be by far the best music app I've found. Without it, this app is nice but not terribly useful.
Needs more customization options
My issue with the iPhone Music Player is that you can't search Artist then Album and only play that one album. Which is stupid. So now I'm using In:Play and I like it better but I wish you had the option to change a few settings. Like change the font. And I wish it went straight to "Artist" view when indexing your library rather then automatically defaulting to "Song" view. The extra tap is annoying. Also, sometimes I'll get a "song not available" icon for an unknown reason. The album plays just fine in the iPhone Music Player. No explanation as to why it won't play on In:Play.
- Category: Music
- Updated: Oct 29, 2013
- Version: 1.2.1
- Size: 6.2 MB
- Languages: English, Arabic, Bokmål, Norwegian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Seller: bigbluecouch, LLC
- © 2012 bigbluecouch, LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.