The popular Flurry screensaver from the Mac now on the iPhone and iPad
This is a direct port of Flurry for browsers (https://github.com/RoyCurtis/Flurry-WebGL), which in turn, is a port of Flurry for macOS (https://github.com/calumr/flurry)
In keeping with tradition, Flurry for iOS is also open source:
- An issue where a blank screen would be displayed on iPhone X
- All 3rd party analytics integrations have been removed to increase privacy
- Color options for Flurry (Red, Magenta, Blue, Cyan, Green, Yellow, Slow Cyclic, Cyclic, Tiedye (default), Rainbow, White, Multicolor, and Dark)
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I don't like having to power down, or lock screen my iPad all the time, so this app is perfect. Speed and other variables can be adjusted to music. I love it when an app does exactly what it claims to do. I'd happily pay a few dollars for a version that allows a few more backgrounds such as aquariums or walks through some of the Smithsonians, or something cool.
Beautiful and Retro
Beautiful and retro ala music visualizations. It also looks very familiar to Apple's art style to the point people could see it as official. Too bad it dosen't sync to music, tho. And if you wanted to make this a premium app, there are so many classic visualizations you could revisit ala G-Force.
I love this app! Brings me back to the Winamp days! The only thing I would really like to see added in a future update is landscape support. Currently you can only view the app in portrait which is not great when projecting my screen to my TV. When that happens, this app gets 5 out of 5 stars.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.