Ever wanted to coordinate your own fireworks show? Now you can while listening to music on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.

* 15 different locals around the globe (and 1 off planet) in which to satisfy your inner pyro.
* Multiple burst shapes
* Intuitive single-touch color selection
* Automatic firework show
* Scalable explosions and sparks
* Striking sound effects

© 2018 Pixio

What’s New

Version 1.3.5

* iOS 11 Support
* Improved Visuals

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

ScottNewton09 ,

Funnish (revised)

Original, still true review below: However rating increased due to all of you stupid people below me whining about the price, the rating system, and wishing for a heart-stopping boom in your chest from your iPhone's tiny speaker hole.

There are fireworks going off down the street, but I am watching a better fireworks show on my phone right now. And yes, I do feel something in my heart. I feel freedom. Now while all you cat ladies below me might question Matt Stoker's ethics, you can not question his love for freedom!!

Alright start and free so I will keep it. A bit misleading to call it a visualizer since it doesn't respond to the music, but to a tapped tempo. It would be nice if it truly did this. Also it flips the display to landscape, but for some reason the city landscapes are way too big when you do.

Overall a nice new app that's free and different. Good effort that will hopefully be updated.

Foxfirekh ,

Good app worth it

I bought this app today after reading many of the reviews and I am happy I did. I respect the company for writting a review based on the complaints they received. I think this app is pretty and it is worth $.99 hands down. It is simple and fun in the same way koi pond was. It did take me a minaute to understand how to change settings but the instructions are very well written and there are lots of fun modes. It really is worth it $.99 is almost nothing.

ekruzz ,

Per Alvero's Comment

Hey Alvero, it's not that people are complaining about the App. being a dollar or weak (which indeed it is). What you don't understand is that the majority of us dowloaded the program when it was clearly advertised as "Free" but then found that our iTunes accounts had been charged when the price jumped to $0.99...after the fact. Hopefully an honest mistake that will be corrected. I'm fine with losing my dollar, I'm not going to fight it, but somebody needs to clear this up before people start getting charged for free Apps. Usually if an App. is assigned a price it is temporarily "pulled off the shelf" until it's reviewed. That didn't happen in this case.

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