jetAudio - HD Music Player 4+

Network/Cloud & Visualization

Jae Ook Jeong

Designed for iPad

    • 4.1 • 747 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

jetAudio is a music player with 10/20 bands graphic equalizer, visualization, network/cloud streaming and various sound effects.

-- Sound Effects & Visualization plugins --
* Crystalizer
* AM3D Audio Enhancer (http://www.am3d.com)
* Bongiovi DPS (http://www.bongioviacoustics.com)
* Visualizations
(Sound effect & Visualization plugins will be sold separately through in-app purchase.)

jetAudio is the highest rated and most downloaded media player on CNET.COM and now you can listen to same high-quality sound on your iOS devices using jetAudio.

It plays almost any type of digital music files* you have (wav, mp3, ogg, flac, m4a, mpc, tta, wv, ape and more) and it provides a very high quality sound with various effects and enhancements such as Wide, Reverb, X-Bass.

It comes with 16 equalizer presets that will provide a wide array of listening experience.
For those who would like to customize their own sound experience, it also allows 10/20 bands graphic equalizer and other advanced playback functions including playback speed control, crossfading, AGC and much more.

It can stream music from shared folders on local home network or WebDAV servers. It works with shared folders from Windows, USB drive attached to router, Network drives (NAS) or WebDAV servers.

It also can stream music files in the cloud such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, OneDrive.

Free version provides same features with Plus version except advertisements and some features.
To enjoy full features of jetAudio, please purchase Plus Unlocker through In-App purchases.


-- Features for Plus version only --
* 20-Bands Graphic Equalizer
* Light Gray/White/Black Theme for Browser/Player
* Album Art Size for Browser
* Album Art Background for Player
* Accent Color
* No Ads


-- Features for Basic/Plus version --
* Play music via Wi-Fi from shared folders on local home network (SMB)
* Browse Artists/Albums/Songs/Folder/Playlists/Album Artists/Genres/Compilation category
* 10-Bands Graphic Equalizer
* X-Wide, Reverb, X-Bass Sound Effects
* AGC (automatic gain control) to avoid volume fluctuations between tracks
* Speed Control from 50% to 200% (pitch adjusted)
* Pitch Shifter
* Crossfading, Gap-less playback
* Display Lyrics
* Fade-in/Fade-out
* Repeat A-B
* Balance
* Sleep Timer up to 24 hours
* Flick up to show Now Playing
* Flick left/right to play next/previous
* Web Server to Transfer Files using any Web Browser (for Folder Browser)

(*) FLAC, OGG, MPC, TTA, WV, APE, OPUS formats are supported in Folder Browser mode only.
Use iTunes File Sharing to transfer files to jetAudio folder.

(If you want to localize jetAudio for your language, please contact jetaudio@jetappfactory.com for more information)

What’s New

Version 11.2.3

- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
747 Ratings

747 Ratings

Redkenlee ,

Love the App. Need An Apple Watch Version!

I love the Iphone app.
It was worth every penny. I don’t mind paying even more.
However, I have some suggestions.

Wish there was an option when you select ‘artist’, merge all the ‘unknown albums’ together. It’s quite annoying to see some of the unclassified songs taking up so much screen space, because it organizes those songs as all different albums.

Second, can you PLEASE have the ‘year’ information somewhere on the screen? I know most of my songs have the year information embedded in the file already, but I cannot find them in JetAudio AT ALL.

Plus, I’m really waiting for Apple Watch version. Current problem of Apple Music app on Apple Watch is that you can only go to the ‘playlist’ level. You cannot select ‘playlist’ and find an individual songs. If you make this possible, I’ll be willing to spend more money purchasing that option.

Last, improve your app icon. It looks pretty bad.

Why people would use this app from the beginning? Because these app developers (JetAudio) make this categorization of music much better than Apple Music does.

Jeff Pham ,

So far, the best music player

There was a music player app on iOS that I really liked that had good equalizer control and extra options but it was taken down from the App Store. This one was the most similar to that app I liked.

I like the EQ controls, the ability to slow down or speed up the playback, and a bunch of other useful options. I like how you could easily move an MP3 file to the folder of the app using the My Files app, and then the app will play the MP3 file without needing to it iTunes and creating a playlist. This music player really does a lot and the features are useful to me. It is useful as an audiobook or podcast player as well as MP3 music.

My only suggestion is to add "pitch correction" for when the playback speed is slowed down. The issue I have is when I slow down the playback speed, I could hear stuttering and gaps. I have used other music player apps and they have a feature to fix this issue by using software to stretch the sound file to avoid gaps and stutters when the playback is slowed down. I listen to MP3 audiobooks and I slow down the speech since the narrator sometimes reads too fast. I hope the developer reads this and considers adding this feature!

opanto39 ,

Who knows?

So they added a message when u add a track to Now Playing, good. It does lots of other things right too.
I would even buy the plugin to get rid of ads but last time I did, it broke the music browser by hiding the menu bar and removing the swipe to add a track to Now Playing. I emailed them but never heard back so who knows, maybe they fixed it, maybe not. Guess I’ll keep my $3.99.
I do wish any of these music apps had an option to say “Are you really sure you want to clear the Now Playing list that u just spent 30 mins creating” when you accidentally hit a track name instead of swipe to add, it is so annoying when a list just vanishes and gets replaced by every track on album instead. Would it be that hard?
It would also be good if u could save the whole Now Playing list as a Playlist instead of having to go thru the list adding each track one a time to a playlist. Duh!
Anyhow, hope the Jet people pay more attention to their Apple reviews more than they do to their support emails or the broken link to their facebook page.

App Privacy

The developer, Jae Ook Jeong, 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 Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Linked to You

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

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

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

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