Tunr - Music Player Visualizer 4+

Podcasts, Radio, TOP Providers


Designed for iPad

    • 4.3 • 178 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Get unlimited music with no account necessary!
Tunrvision - try all our audio reactive visuals, free for 7 days.
Two free visual packs included: G-Force Blue & Cube Pack

Tunr - PRO Audio Reactive Visualizer and Free Music Player Features:
- 3000+ Podcasts
- 300+ Net Radio Stations
- Access to your Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, SoundCloud accounts All in 1 app!
- Device Music Library
- Soothing Ambient Sound Spaces
- Unlimited Ad-Free music, --> no account necessary to use <--
- Stunning audio reactive visualizations, psychedelic art, and visuals for meditative relaxation

Others have ads, Tunr has art.

Developed by SoundSpectrum Inc., the makers of the 'classic' iTunes visualizer and screensaver. Tunr is an ad-free, all-in-one visual music player that connects you to top music services and streaming providers, including: Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, your iTunes music library, Sound Spaces ambient audio library, and an ever-expanding universe of podcasts and internet radio stations!

- A feature-loaded music player that's easy to use
- Play history and bookmarks across music providers
- Combined audio cache so even 16GB devices are ideal
- Built-in ambient audio loops for relaxation & meditation
- Visualize live audio using Live Mic mode
- Advanced controls over data usage, UI elements, visuals
- Create your own UI color scheme
- Adjust track info, audio response & latency

Buy Tunr's visuals individually, all together, or get them via a monthly subscription. 

Try a Tunrvision subscription FREE for 7 days and get:
- The complete Tunr visual experience
- Full access to all of Tunr's 17 Visual Packs
- Automatic access to new Visual Packs

Everything else is completely free (note that some streaming providers require a user account or a paid subscription to access and use their services)

TunrVision Subscription Details:
- $1.99 each month after free trial.
- Cancel anytime in iTunes or "View Subscriptions" link in the app. Your iTunes account will be charged after the trial period and will renew each month unless auto-renew is turned off 24 hours before the end of the current period.
- Any unused portion of the free trial period is forfeit if this subscription is purchased elsewhere.

Tunr's visuals are the product of over a decade of development achievement at SoundSpectrum, and are also the reason Tunr is available at no cost. Your support in purchasing visuals helps keep Tunr an amazing and ad-free experience.

Please provide feedback using our in-app feedback form, and reviews really help!

SoundSpectrum also offers easy-to-use, rich music visualization software, fully-featured standalone applications, and screen savers for macOS and Windows computers. See what your favorite live and pre-recorded music looks like with one of our real-time visualizers, giving you endless and unique video for any environment!

Privacy Policy: http://www.soundspectrum.com/tunr/index.php/privacy-policy/

Terms of Use: http://www.soundspectrum.com/tunr/index.php/terms-of-use/

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What’s New

Version 1.5

- Added more Podcasts & Net Radio stations
- History, bookmarks, settings & visuals available on Home Screen
- Improved Spotify support
- Fixed line drawing crash in WhiteCap vis
- Fixed some podcasts not loading/playing
- Track title text now scrolls
- Fixed Live Mic crash and sound level

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
178 Ratings

178 Ratings

madhornytoad ,

OMG the potential

I was using G-force when it was a WinAmp plug-in. Yes, I am an OG music visualizer junkie. I was thrilled to see this app, I’ll be even more thrilled when it comes to AppleTV (omg 65” of 4K splendor is ready for this) I just have a couple of comments that I mean totally constructively.

1.Get help with the UI. 1993 called, and yes, they want their shiny things back.
The intro audio sequence is really cool. It almost reminded me of the game Ingress and it felt like this music ‘portal’ was something special - like an underground hacky feel but in a good way.

2. Get it to work with Apple Music. This is obviously of greater priority.

What is working is smooth, beautiful, and I think some of the best visualization programming you can find anywhere. The roots of this product are sooo deep — I’m sure very few people realize how cool these vizzies are. WinAmp 4evah ;)

I cannot wait to see where this one goes and - AppleTV next? Omg pls pls pls :)

All names taken. ,

better than most.

Sadly most music visualizers for iOS blow. This is one of the better ones, probably the best I have found so far, but bear in mind its competition is abysmal. This is the only one I actually use even a little. I would really like to see lower prices or better deals, and I would really like to be able to sort by Artist>Album>Track#, which is pretty much the way everyone sorts but for some reason isn’t available here unless I missed something. Sorting by Artist just gives you all the songs by that artist in alphabetical (!) order, mixing all albums together and not utilizing track order in any way. To me this sorting function is the main thing that needs improvement. I don’t know how the radio and streaming works, I only care about my own library.

Other than these issues, no major complaints, it does its job and the visuals I have tried are .... well ... they are okay. Not nearly great enough to pay the asking prices on most, but they at least seem to be the proper resolution and aspect ratio and they are usually at least interesting. If the devs of this app push higher and higher quality content, lower prices, and fix sorting, it will be a winner in my book.

loopmasterdave ,

Amazing music visualizer.

This is really freaking cool. The fact that it’s free and add free tells you that the developers know they have a quality app and they do. I’m trying out the one free week, which I’ll cancel at the end of the week. I’m going to purchase the full package of visualizers they offer, they are that good. I really like the way you can customize the experience with lots of different options. My only complaint is that it won’t load my entire iTunes library. I can access one playlist of 300 songs, but a playlist of 2000 causes the app to crash. Trying to access “artists” or “album” within the iTunes link also crashes the app. Would love to be able to shuffle my entire iTunes library of 15,000 + songs. I currently have a lightning to hdmi cable on the way and we’ll run this on my 70 inch big screen with surround sound.

App Privacy

The developer, SoundSpectrum, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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