YOUR MUSIC - YOUR WAY
TuTuneMe is the customizable music player. Control your music with gestures. Choose your music with fewer taps. Liven up your music with album art colors and themes.
TAP, SWIPE, JAM!
Button controls are a hassle when driving, working out, or just sitting at your desk. Instead, control your tunes with gestures: swipe to change songs, tap to play/pause, double-tap for... whatever you want! Easily assign various actions to gestures.
CONTROL YOUR MUSIC - WITH GESTURES
Why hunt for small buttons when your entire screen can be one big touch pad. Tap to play or pause the music. Swipe up and down to change volume or brightness. Swipe album covers to change songs. Pinch to simultaneously resize album art and text for easy-to-read artist, album, song titles. Easily assign various actions to the gestures you want.
CHOOSE YOUR MUSIC - WITH FEWER TAPS
Playlists, Albums, Artists, Songs, Books, and Podcasts are all just a tap away. Lists are searchable. Most have alphabetical index controls, with the current index letter in a large head-up display while scrolling.
COLOR YOUR MUSIC - WITH THEMES + ART
Album art colors can auto-tint the player's background, artist, album, and song title. Or pick a theme to match your mood, your car’s dashboard, or a playlist title. TuTuneMe has many built-in themes, with more online ready to download. Modify or create your own themes to use and share with friends. Choose separate themes for Day and Night.
GREAT FOR THE CAR, GYM, OFFICE, OR ANYWHERE
• Change playlists without leaving the main player screen.
• Use the entire screen as one big touch pad.
• Quick, searchable access to your music.
• Text is large enough to read at a distance.
• Use each song's album art (and/or a theme) to colorize the player.
• Includes many themes to match your car’s dashboard, mood, or playlist.
• Night Mode optionally dims the screen, making it less distracting.
• Works in portrait or landscape (orientations can be locked).
• iOS 11 or newer
• iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
• Added hardware keyboard shortcuts.
• Now Playing screen - better landscape layout on iPad.
• Actions Menu > Lock Rotation button:
+ works properly again on iPhone & iPod.
+ replaced by AirPlay button on iPad (can no longer lock iPad rotation).
• Song Search - Cancel and Done buttons are now properly colored for light/dark modes.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Great with its quirks
Great with the ability to change songs, volume etc with gestures and a display that can be customized to you preferences. A landscape orientation that acts just like the portrait orientation, "what a great idea". Keeps my eyes on the road or trail if I am driving or running. Just a couple of quirks. I have to open the built in music app first to "update the library" or the songs you just added may not be there. The use of a bluetooth headset/headphones that have the ability to change songs or volume will interfere with the gesture recongition. The only way I have found around it is to remove and reinstall the app, then remember to reset the repeats and interfaces to my likings.
Music player with custom gestures
I was looking for a music player I could easily advance/rewind in increments to be able to jump around in recordings. This app let me set up a horizontal two finger swipe to advance/rewind 10 seconds, and a vertical two finger swipe to advance/rewind 30 seconds. I can now easily move around in my recordings.
Finally a Usable Album-oriented App
Okay, as of June 2010 this is the best I've found. Here's why:
1. It's pretty customizable. It's the only app I've been able to adapt to my specific needs.
2. I listen in the car. Although there are a number of car-oriented apps, they are generally playlist/artist oriented.
3. I don't use playlists; I think in terms of Albums and Artists. I want to be able to select an album (or an artist and then an album) safely and easily while driving. This app permits that.
4. I was able to assign an up-swipe to the album list. Perfect. I then pick an album, and the rest of the swipes operate against that album. Now we're cooking.
5. All other features are at least as good as those in other apps. Most are better. Being able to resize the album art, for example, is just good thinking. Lots more of that for your money.
6. Although I don't need the social media integration, some might find it useful. I don't know why I'd expect the world to care what song I'm listening to. But if that's your pleasure, it's in the app.
7. The multiple toolbars are an excellent idea, and can be customized/turned off as needed. This organized the interface nicely. Well-considered UI design is the make or break of an app; these guys are on-track.
So, overall, I believe this is the one I'll be using going forward. 10 bucks, 12 other apps and lots of research precede this decision. Hope the above will help you.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.