- More adjustments for iPhone X
- New Shuffle Albums option will shuffle all albums involved while playing all the available tracks from each album in order:
• With an artist: In the search results, tap and hold an artist and select Shuffle Albums
• With a playlist: In the list of playlists, tap and hold a playlist and select Shuffle Albums, or open a playlist and tap Shuffle Albums
Ratings and Reviews
It does the most important thing ...
In Apple's continual efforts to ruin the music experience by eliminating visible art ... there stands only one defense. This app displays full screen album art. You know, the way the music app used to do.
The app itself seems to break down on large music libraries but I realize not everyone has 30,000 tracks. So I just use the native music app to queue music, and then switch to this one to see album art. It would probably work much better for people with small music libraries.
This app displays your album art beautifully, even better than iTunes the way it opens up. It took me a moment to find the controls they are located on a slide out menu on either side of the screen. There are more features to choose from on this program. The program will only accommodate what you have created in iTunes already however. You can also change the album art to larger incremental sizes! Even better than the initial display is the presentation of the album art while you are playing your music. You can open it up full size while you are playing music. This looks absolutely awesome on my 12" iPad Pro! Once I downloaded the app and gave it permission to access my my music it immediately grabbed it and opened right up...Fantastic app...I love it!!! Kudos to the developer!
If album art is important to you, this is the app you’re looking for
For those of us who remember lying on the floor taking in every detail of the album cover while you listen to the record, this is as close as you’ll get again. Every inch of the screen is used for artwork. It looks beautiful on a tablet.
It doesn’t work perfectly for me, though. I have a very large music collection and the app has trouble sorting it. It sort two thirds of my music A-Z, and then after Z, it lists the other third, also sorted alphabetically. It’s a bother, but I discovered you can choose your music with the regular Music app, and then switch into this one for the artwork.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.