By Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners, LLC
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Jamboxx takes you back to the days of mixtapes and boom boxes with an 80s-inspired interface that'll get you nodding your head to the beat in no time.
It's easy to get started. Just open up Jamboxx and your iTunes library is ready to go. Create virtual mixtapes from your library by tapping the "Top Jams" button and store your mixes in the tape rack.
- Realistic volume slider
- Loudness button for extra volume boost
- Time toggler to move between time elapsed and time left in currently-playing track
- Authentic boom box design with speaker pulsing
- Tape drawer to store your mixtape playlists
- LED Equalizer simulation
- Move between maximized and minimized display modes
What's New in Version 1.02
removed analytics because it was causing the app to crash
I am loving this app.
I have another boom box app that is missing some of the cool animated tapes and playlist loading you guys have in yours. Yet I feel that they have you beat in the visual department. Only by a small margin though. Your dB and speaker animations are better. Yet on theirs you have some extra knobs and buttons to push.
I would like to see you guys ditch that top banner for something that hides that dead space better. Your have come out with a great app to start, fine tune some of those bugs and add a bit more visual polish you will have the best boom box app out there.
Great music playing app
Combines a music player with AMAZING design. The boom box is absolutely gorgeous and really shows off the beauty of the iPad. Like the iPod app built in the iPad, the music continues even when you go browse the web or explore (many) other apps. I haven't personally experienced any crashes.
It can't crash if it never starts up
This app worked once upon a time. But not it won't even start up on my iPad. I guess I can't claim it crashes since it never gets that far. Can't complain too much since it was free. But what needs to be questioned is Apple's app and update approval process. Why would they let so many updates that crash out in their store? What if I put other manufacturers' faulty product on my store shelves? It's my store and i am interested in my customers' satisfaction too much to do that.