Bandcamp 12+

Buy music, support artists‪.‬

Bandcamp, Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • Free

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Bandcamp is an online record store and music community where passionate fans connect with and directly support the artists they love.

The Bandcamp app lets fans explore a vast catalog of music by artists from every corner of the globe, allows them to directly support artists by buying their merch (and wishlisting albums & tracks for purchase at a later time), and lets them instantly listen to the music they've purchased, online or offline.

What’s New

Version 3.1.1

A collection of minor improvements and bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
33K Ratings

33K Ratings

Twelve- Gage-ao9 ,

Good, but needs work

With competing rivals like SoundCloud and Google Drive, this app will need a major upgrade to be able to be better than the others. For starters, the User Interface is super outdated and could use a upgrade. This is a nitpick, but maybe a darker mode would do good for you to. Also, what’s the point of Bandcamp for artists if you can’t even upload your own music?!??!!!?!!! That should change, and finally, there should be some parental controls to keep kids from viewing inappropriate content. I know it’s the parents job for viewing what their kids do, but adding controls would take a lot of stress off of them, I’m sure. Do these things, and you would probably be a better streaming service choice.

Stellanovella ,

Inconsistent and not-so-user-friendly

When I signed up I had a specific band in mind that I was going to subscribe to. It took me actually going to the bands website to find the link to pay for my subscription. I added my cc info on the app and then had to re-enter it when signing up thru the bands website, which raises the question: Why does the app need my cc info? And why not have the subscription link on the bands page with the “follow” button? It seems to me that this would actually deter subscribers without an easier access to the service.

I have seen and am very familiar with a friends account to reference my next two claims: the catalog listing is ridiculously inconsistent. The shows that are in my current catalog are in completely different order than my friends, leaving me searching for a needle in a haystack searching for the newest additions. It also looks like they are some missing. So where are they?

The particular band that I subscribe to has 22 years of soundboards and they have been uploading one (sometimes two at a time) every few days since the pandemic started. That’s almost a year of older soundboards being uploaded- all from different time periods- every few days. Now, it’s all a mess. Even recent soundboards from 2019 of multiple-night runs are out of order and not placed together. It’s like someone just threw them all in a bag, shook it up, dumped it out and walked away.

YKARaphael ,

Not Able to Download the Music I Bought

I wanted to support my friends who just released an album. Today they are supposed to get the entire price of their album, so I bought here on Bandcamp instead of elsewhere, despite having never heard of this app or company. I pay, and then I find, I can’t download the music I just bought on my iPhone, so, following directions, I find I have to do the download on my laptop. So I open my MacBook only to find, there’s no app from the Mac store. So…you’ve got my money, and if I want to keep my music, I have to put up with an app that thinks it’s okay to scrap tons of private data off my phone. I didn’t realize the app had these permissions if I downloaded it, I was just on a mission to support my friends. So I’m out the cost of an album that I don’t own and if I want to listen to what I bought I have to give away my privacy to a company with practices that feels pretty sketchy. I should really have given this a single star. I’m trying to be patient in hopes you’ll make this right. And Apple, pay attention to this story please. It’s not a good business practice. There should at least be a privacy notice when an external link is used to access the App Store so that companies can’t do this to your customers! I’m very upset.

App Privacy

The developer, Bandcamp, Inc., 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 Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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