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RetroPlayer Lite

RetroPlayer Lite
  • #: 209739
  • Price: free ($0.00) In Apple Store
  • Category: Music
  • Updated: 2009-09-09
  • Current Version: 1.2.0
  • 1.2.0
  • Size: 13.70 MB
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Seller: Tahito Aoki
  • Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 2.2.1 or later
  • © 2009 STUDIO-KURA All Rights Reserved.
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Description

RetroPlayer Lite is a music player which simulates an old style reproducer. You can change settings such as distortion, skip, noise as you like and enjoy musics. Moreover, you can change pitch of musics by changing speed of turntable or rotating turntable directly by your fingers.

Note:

"RetroPlayer Lite" is the Lite version of "RetroPlayer", so you can not add musics to the Library. If you want to enjoy with your favorite musics, please check out full version of RetroPlayer.

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Rated 2/5 based on 3 customer reviews.

 

2/5 stars

RetroPlayer Lite

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Not my choice of music but it definately has a nice sound to it with the scratches and popping noise like an old record player, I can see this as a relaxing app with some really old tunes i.e. Billie Holiday, ragtime or bluegrass.

3/5 stars

Nice design - limited functionality even with purchase...

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All I was interested in was a nicely designed interface that allows me to load up my iTunes music catalog on my iphone and drop the needle with some analog-style effects blended in (needle noise, scratch (normal - not DJ style, etc.). After a thoroughly exhaustive search in iTunes (and Google), I decided that the Retroplayer has the nicest interface available in this format so far. But unlike most of the other apps available, you can't select from your library the normal way. You have to upload the music seperately as WAV files from your PC (which takes up way too much disc space). Frankly, I wouldn't mind this so much if the app could accept MP3s - but no. In addition, the center record label does not reflect the art from the music file you are playing. Again, all the other apps provide this and so should the Retroplayer. As such, I'm holding onto the free version as a reminder to check back to see if the developer has made these improvements. If yes - definitely upgrading. Again - great interface and record player settings. Real world usability - sorry guys, try again. Thanks!

3/5 stars

Mp3 would be nice?

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I love this app. I would definitely get the full version if it accepted mp3's. Otherwise it is too much trouble. It does have wonderful quality and sound though on it.

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