Turnplay - The #1 vinyl record player for iPad
By Ramotion Inc.
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The world's most popular vinyl turntable revived on iPad!
Selected as one of Entertainment Weekly’s 10 BEST APPS OF THE YEAR 2012
“Ideal for purists, nostalgic types and music enthusiasts alike.” — USA TODAY
“I was amazed how incredibly it replicates the look and movements of an older turntable.” — About.com
“TurnPlay brings me back to my childhood.” — TUAW
“Incredibly authentic and beautiful way to listen to your tunes.” — TheNextWeb
“Fun-fueled vinyl-spinning experience.” — Entertainment Weekly
“Playing with TurnPlay is amazingly nostalgic and delightful at the same time.” — BeautifulPixels
“You can feel what it’s like to be a DJ in this awesome vinyl turntable simulator.” — Gizmodo
“Turnplay is aiming to bring a realistic turnable experienced to iPad.” — 9to5mac
“The developers took extra care in crafting every bit of the app.” — AppAdvice
The most realistic vinyl turntable design on the entire AppStore
- 100% support of Retina Display
- Realistic animation and sounds
Full emulation of a real turntable
- Slow down/speed up playback (pitch control)
- Record control (scratch)
- Switching playback speed using 33/45 buttons
Vinyl record collection with exciting user experience and design
- Turn your favorite music into virtual vinyl records
- Attractive album covers
- Two methods of playback: Shuffle and Queue
• iTunes Match Hint:
To play a track from iCloud, please download it first by clicking the iCloud icon next to the track in the Music (iPod) app http://turnplay.ramotion.com/en/hints/itunesmatch
For the latest updates:
• Follow @Turnplay on Twitter
• Like Turnplay on Facebook: http://facebook.com/turnplay
What's New in Version 1.5
-minor bug fix
Fun! But with some obvious omissions.
I'd rate this nifty app 3½⭐️ if I could.
This is a cute concept handsomely realized, but it needs a few more things to be perfect.
The most obvious omission is a functional cueing mechanism. (The tonearm should rise when you use the cue lever or hit the Pause button.)
Secondly, there should be the option of playing an album as a single two-sided disc, each with the correct number of visible tracks.
Right now, each track is played as if it were a 33 RPM single. I think the LP format should be used only in an album mode. When playing single tracks, the app should depict them as 45 RPM singles.
The labels the app creates and the way they rotate are neat, but when playing a track, they should include the song title. In album mode, as I'm proposing it, they should show the album title.
At the end of the track or album, the tonearm should rise and return to its resting position, as was standard even on single-play turntables. At minimum, it should cue up; no real table left the arm just sitting in the out groove.
Oh, and one more thing. When launched for the first time, the app should invite you to give it access to your albums. As it is, it took me some fiddling around to figure out why none of my music was in the selection screen.
Despite all that, this is a great start. I hope the devs will consider my suggestions for future upgrades.
Watch it spin 🎶
It's great to see the album you select from your library get placed on the turntable automatically and begin to play and spin. Even better, it's fun to be able to place your hand on the album as it spins and scratch back and forth like a real turntable. You can also change up or down the speed if you desire. you can lift the arm at anytime and place it on its rest or pause by pushing the stop pause button. Works great on iPad mini. I gave it five stars because I haven't had an issue with it and it's a great affordable app. Thanks😎
This app had a few bad reviews in its infancy but nothing remains the same forever and in this case this app must have changed for the better. It does exactly what it's meant to do. It looks pretty and all the few actions available on a real turntable are there and work fine. I haven't tried all the features yet but the essential works great. What a fun way to listen to music on an iPad, I can even scratch without hurting a record. This app is still getting updated so it should be given a chance, not be judged by its past.