TapTunes 4+

David Blundell

Designed for iPad

    • $1.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases



[ The Music Player, Advanced ]
With TapTunes, you will experience your music collection like never before. Touch, tap, drag, shake, swipe, pinch ‒ you've never been this close to your tunes!

By presenting albums visually in a random order, TapTunes brings you much closer to your music than you'd ever get by scrolling through an alphabetical list of artist names. You'll soon find yourself rediscovering old favorites and listening to those forgotten gems lurking around the edges of your music library.

After all, if a picture is worth a thousand words, why let words alone do all the talking for your music?

[ Context Switching ]
Have a long commute? If you listen to audiobooks or podcasts, TapTunes helps by making it dead simple to switch between music, audiobooks, and podcasts. You're never more than a tap away from that thrilling next chapter...or that killer guitar solo. Meanwhile, intuitive gesture controls make controlling your tunes a breeze, so you can keep your eyes on the road while driving.

[ Warning ]
You will be spoiled for other music players. Once you use TapTunes, you won't want to experience your music any other way.

[ Praise for TapTunes ]
"Really impressive, fun and much cooler than the default Music app." - PocketFullOfApps.com
"For music fans, the admission price should be a no brainer." -TouchMyApps.com

[ Features ]
* Five unique browse displays
* Gesture playback controls
* Home screen widget, app icon choices, light and dark themes, Shortcut support
* Seamless switching between music, audiobooks, and podcasts
* Native sharing to Facebook, Twitter, messages, email, etc.
* Random Album option for when you're unsure what to listen to
* Highly customizable (over 40 settings)
* And more...

What’s New

Version 7.1

TapTunes now supports keyboard shortcuts for an improved experience on iPad and the latest Macs. This release also includes additional fixes for running on Mac.

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

SwimyGreen ,

Has flaws, but is my favorite hands down.

It looks and feels great and the grid view of all your albums is great. Some people may not like it, but I love that the album order is randomized so it shows me something different when I don't know what to listen to. When I do however, the search function and recently played albums are immediately accessible. The app is generally fast and it's animations are smooth and tactile.

There aren't any make or break bugs for me, but occasionally I have to force quit to get it to work and for whatever reason the game changes your loop playback setting to what it feels like sometimes. Honestly my main issue is that I feel like I have to live with any bugs the app has forever, because I'm not sure if we're going to get another update. Please David, come back to this app, it's fantastic! I would gladly pay a small yearly subscription for it.

MLRA73 ,

Great for rediscovering albums, but ...

I love the random display of album art and customizations for rediscovering albums I haven’t played in so long! But, when I tap on the cover of a song that has lyrics attached, how do I get back to the cover? I can’t dismiss the lyrics. No combination of taps or swipes gets me back to the album view. Is it a bug?


No More Gray Background?!

This was my favorite music app because it had a dark gray background I could use at night to listen to music when going to bed and not expose myself to bright blue light computer screen which disrupts circadian rhythms and makes it harder to fall asleep. Now in the latest 2022 version the background is bright cream white and there does not appear to be a Setting to change it back to dark theme mode. If you want to provide bright background as the display default that's fine but at least give your existing users a preference option to change it back to original dark background. Yet another iOS app I relied on for years then a change was made that makes it unusable for my purposes, oh well, DELETE!

App Privacy

The developer, David Blundell, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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