What if you could see music?
Avisu stands for Audio Visualizer, and that it is. This iPhone and iPad app breaks all barriers in terms of sound performance, design and functionality.
Never before has an audio visualizer been as accurate in visualizing music from different genres in a dynamic, graphically impressive way.
This app analyzes the audio from your microphone or via the built-in audio player. There are 4 types of visualizers in 6 colors, each visualizer can be scaled by pinching which determines the detail of the visualizer's grid. Especially this real-time scale function is very impressive, it gives you the ability to instantly tweak the visualizer to your preference.
Use it in your audio dock, your car kit, at your party or relax on the couch just daydreaming.
- Tap with 1 finger to toggle the controls
- Swipe with 1 finger to change the colorset
- Swipe with 2 fingers to change the visualizer
- Pinch with 2 fingers to change the visualization scale/detail
- Tap with 3 fingers to start/stop the current iPod track
- Swipe with 3 fingers to change the current iPod track
- iPhone 5 and retina support
- Create a playlist from your iPod/iTunes tracks
- Append or queue new tracks at any time
- Scrubbing is supported
- Visualize audio in both landscape and portrait
- Stop audio playback to resume microphone visualization
Avisu was crafted with great care, but if you run into a problem, just write us an email,
iOS 8 compatibility
Cloud track detection (iTunes Match)
Ratings and Reviews
Please update app for me and like this app
Love this app but needs updating on my end. I have a iPhone.
It's a simple little app that does just what it's supposed to: make people, many of whom are on drugs, feel happy. Nice work everyone
Small change but great!
Alright so here is my honest review, this is one of the best visualizer/players on iPhone/iPod/iPad that I know of. I would make one change however, I would like to be able to change how sensitive the visualizer is. Small thing but I think it would be useful. When I play my music, the bars are almost all the way to the top and they don't show much change. That's my only gripe though, great app. Oh forgot one thing, it seems like each individual bars frequency is almost on the same level, like when highs are in the right should rise up, when the bass is blasting low, the left should rise up.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.