Bass Booster Volume Boost EQ 4+

Music Equalizer Speaker Sound

Companjen Apps B.V.

Designed for iPad

    • Free

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Description

Bass Booster is the best all-in-one Music Player app that gives you full control to improve the sound quality. Stream, download from the cloud or listen to radio. Boost the bass and improve the overall sound with a 10-band equalizer.

Features:
- Powerful bass booster.
- 10-band equalizer with over 20 presets.
- Directly access your iTunes library.
- Download from your preferred source: Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, iCloud Drive, Wi-Fi Transfer and files on your iPhone.
- Automatically organized music.
- Create your own playlists and save favorites.
- Offline mode.
- Full featured music player with AirPlay, Sleep Timer, Shuffle and more.

Disclaimer: please be careful with your hearing and devices. We are not responsible for any damages.

What’s New

Version 1.20.5

Stability improvements and bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
8.5K Ratings

8.5K Ratings

Gameplay13241 ,

Best Free! Version out there

This is only true free volume boost and bass boost I can find. Working with the new QC2 earbuds. Gives a nice bass boost to my rock music. Only 4 stars due to my opinion. Let’s me access my Apple Music. However, I can’t create playlists through this app unless I put my music dedicated solely to the app. So I can’t play my workout, lawn work, house work playlists.
So in will have 2 sets of music on my phone. I don’t do Apple Music subscription.
I see that being a problem for those users as well. All in all good app. You just have to find your own workaround.

Lukekylestanley ,

Only imports songs

I have over 20 music folders on my phone in files that are basically playlists , but I could not import these folders into this app . The app wants me to import songs, and that is ok, but when you import songs from your phone onto the app and you have over 2,000 songs it is burdensome to try and recreate a playlist again….especially when the songs you import from your phone don’t have specific titles and names. This app offered almost everything I wanted except for that. I wanted to increase the volume in my sony 720s, and it did that perfectly. However, I can’t use the app if I can’t import playlists or music folders. I just can’t import each song individually. And let’s consider I do import each song individually. I can’t even hide the songs from the “songs” list on this app, and this means if I import 50 songs and create a playlist on this app, then when I want to create a new playlist with 20 more songs those 20 songs are added to the previous 50, and so on. So therefore it’s now 70 songs I have to filter through to make a playlist. Then as I add 20 more songs, you can get the picture. It be becomes ridiculously burdensome to song for song try and create multiple playlists, when the songs you import all stay on the same file. The best solution would have been that after you create a playlist using this app, that you can then go to the songs file and delete the songs from that file while maintaining the songs in the playlist.

sla-dreamer ,

Meh

Downloaded the app, messed around with the settings found that when you put the “maximum boost” on in the app it equals the maximum volume in the player w/o using the app. I didn’t mess with the equalizer at all so maybe using that you can get a slight increase over the standard volume settings but otherwise the “boost” just raises the volume to the level that you were already getting in the basic volume control. It tricks you in bro thinking it’s boosting the volume by starting with playback at a lower volume and the when you boost the volume does rise, but if you compare it to what you were already getting with the base volume app this “volume booster” app does literally nothing.

I forgot to mention that 1 plus is that you at least get to test it for free. The use of the app isn’t hidden behind a paywall.

App Privacy

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

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