Listen: The Gesture Music Player
By MacPaw Inc.
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A music player you can use without looking at it.
Listen runs on gestures, not buttons, to make listening to music a seamless experience. It’s perfect for anytime: on your way to work, while exercising, on the go, or just relaxing.
“Everything is gesture driven. Everything.” - iMore
“Overall, the updates look to make one of our favorite gesture-based music apps even prettier and more user friendly, which is always a welcome gift at any time of the year.” - TheNextWeb
“Listen uses gestures to control everything in the music player.” - Lifehacker
- Swipe left-right to change tracks
- Tap to play-pause
- Swipe up to add song to Favorites Playlist
- No need for precise gestures
- Seamless music library navigation
- Simple media library search function
- Disable iOS’s Auto-Lock
Loving a music app has never been easier:
- Beautifully crafted
- Fantastic portrait-mode design
- Stream music via AirPlay
- Instant share #nowplaying to Twitter, Facebook, email, etc.
What's New in Version 2.1.1
Added support for iOS 8
Absolutely a lifesaver when my main Music app got a bug and wouldn't open so I couldn't access my music besides Siri. When I got my phone fixed and could go back, I didn't want to go back! The only thing is that during the month it took for them to figure out what was wrong, I wanted to make and edit playlists, which you can't do. I also wanted to see all of my music, instead of just albums, as some of music has missing albums. I know I can search for songs, but sometimes I don't know what I'm in the mood for and just want to flip through my 700-something songs. All-in-all, however, it's a very functional app and I would definitely recommend to someone regardless of whether their main Music app is working or not. 😄
First things first: this is absolutely solid work. Everything works as expected, save for the settings menu, which took me a second to realize that it can only be accessed by swiping on the library screen, and then only when the phone is vertically oriented, which for me is hardly ever, since I primarily use this app in the car on landscape mode.
A request: Could we get an option in the settings to show the album art in landscape mode? (And the ability to access the settings page there too?)
I second that other user's request for animating the horizontal line in landscape mode—that'd look rad and it wouldn't disturb the clean aesthetic you guys have nailed with the design of this app.
Again: Solid, top-notch work, guys. Thanks for helping me replace Apple's crappy Music app!
Needs Better Landscape Player
When rotated to landscape, I would love if the progress bars pulsates based on sounds of the song (much like equalizer, and the sound waves on Siri).
I use landscape player a lot in the car, I would love it to look and work just as good when its vertical. Otherwise, great app! :)