San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 21, 2013
Internally, in:play(R) sped up the library caching system and made in:play 1.2 iOS 7-ready. In addition the app added an extended settings menu and a new, slimmed-down Help overlay as well. In a version quietly released a few weeks ago, the company updated the icon and added Facebook sharing - so now users can share their favorite tracks, and their friends follow the shared link to buy these songs on iTunes.
Lifehacker has talked about in:play before, and it's one of Lifehackers the new favorite alternative music apps for iOS... now's the time to check it out. Hit the link below to check out the deal. http://bit.ly/16IY1nz"
Goodbye to endless scrolling, selection lists and unreadable text...hello to "seriously nifty navigation"! (Guardian UK)
Change 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."
in:play makes exploring your music library fun again! buy in:play for your iDevice http://bit.ly/16IY1nz
∙Elegant, minimalist presentation
∙Swipe forwards and backwards through the song queue
∙Select a song on the 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 a custom re:playlist on the fly
∙Access to your local iTunes™ Music Library. (Use the default Music app to manage cloud downloads.)