by Ultimate Ears

Logitech Inc.

    • Free



The BOOM & MEGABOOM app by Ultimate Ears has everything you need to get the most out of your Ultimate Ears speaker. From #PartyUp to customizable EQ, unlock even more awesome ways to use your BOOM, MEGABOOM and HYPERBOOM speakers.

+ Support Ultimate Ears HYPERBOOM.

+ #PartyUp lets you connect up to 150 speakers to take your parties to a
whole new level - wherever, whenever, whatever!

+ You Control the Sound: All about that bass? In a tight space? You
control the atmosphere with our custom EQ settings.

+ Remote On/Off: you’d never walk all the way to your TV to turn it on and
you shouldn’t have to with your wireless speaker either. Use the app to
turn your speaker on/off from afar.

+ Much more: personalize your speaker’s name, EQ preferences, and
preset playlists (BOOM 3, MEGABOOM 3 and HYPERBOOM only).

+ Subscribe to updates so you never miss a thing. A simple tap in the app
updates your speaker with the latest features in no time.

What’s New

Version 7.8.116

Minor bug fixes and overall app optimization.

Ratings and Reviews

2.6 out of 5
702 Ratings

702 Ratings

Crobin88 ,

Party Up is Glitchy

I own 2 booms (one of the newer models) and the party up feature for the past 6 months has been glitchy. One of the two speakers often drops off and disconnects and is unable to reconnect without turning off both speakers, closing the app, turning Bluetooth off and back on on my phone etc. Both speakers are equidistant from my phone (just using as 2 channel stereo in a room within a 15ft radius so it’s not a Bluetooth out of range signal issue). When I first got the speakers it was a different issue - one of the two speakers would frequently skip and have static. Suddenly it all worked great for maybe 3-4 months, and now it’s the one of the two speakers drops off (it’s not specifically one of my two speakers either, they both do it). Also happens on my wife’s newer iPhone 11.

Le Eminence ,


It’s too bad one cannot give negative stars! Everyone involved in developing this worthless drivel need to be given Pink Slips £ escorted to the exit immediately. It is unfathomable that Logitech is associated with this nonsense.
It is bad enough that there is no way to extinguish that obnoxious sound that it makes when turning on or off and no AUX jack/port on the UE Megaboom to connect directly but this is putting rock salt into a gunshot wound £ stitching it closed. Also, it will no longer connect via bluetooth to my MacBook Pro. I tried to return the speaker but it was beyond the return date. [yea, I did the dance through the website] The software, once downloaded onto my iPhone, never shows the MegaBoom in the bluetooth window. This is worse than the KEF LSX attempt at a bluetooth app.
Yes, my bluetooth function works because I writing this message with my Logitech K760 Solar Keyboard via bluetooth.
RECOMMENDATION: Burn this disaster of an attempt at a bluetooth app. AND burn the draft boards it was written on. Stick to hardware £ make sure it works. This should be considered an absolute embarrassment for a company such as this. Spend you money JBL if you want to connect via cable. Otherwise, if it is in the budget, get a pair of PSB, ELAC or Klipsch active speakers if you do not necessarily need portability.

The Lord of Mezz ,

Spotty Audio Connections on Party Up, App is Style Over Substance

Cart before the horse here on execution. Audio quality and connection should be paramount over all of the other convenience features. It shouldn't be an iterative process to successfully get 3 speakers partied up and by no means should any have audio cutting out while sitting next to one another fully charged playing music (5G WiFi, downloaded tracks, whatever, there's a codec issue here).

The app looks nice and all but at the end of the day all I'm looking for is a high quality stable connection between multiple speakers. If I need to physically get up and walk over to turn one on/off or adjust the volume so be it. EQ, nice to have but I'll trade it any day for rock solid audio with no cutouts. Requiring the app to parry up may look cool with the dots and all, but functions 10x better and consistently on the cheaper wonderboom models (which sadly are limited to 2 max otherwise I'd just buy 8 of them).

Ignore the completion from the likes of Bose, beats, JBL etc.... you have some solid underlying physical engineering that the app doesn't do justice and even detracts from. Forget adding extra features and focus on the core product and main reason people buy your speakers, to listen to some dang music.

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