Jukebox Genius allows users to pit their musical knowledge, against their friends, by correctly naming snippets from their own iTunes collection. The trusted brand was the name behind iPubquiz, which made the iTunes, top ten in its category. To win at Jukebox Genius and climb the music charts, users must identify a song from their iTunes collection, from the snippet playing on their iPod, iPhone or iPad. Read on to discover more about this jukebox app for iphone.
Jukebox Genius iOS App Review
Users can compete in single-player mode or against Facebook friends, in multiplayer format. In single-player mode, players submit their scores and climb the global leader board, starting from chart position 40. If they answer correctly, they climb the chart, unlocking more levels of play as they go. For the impatient players, those new levels can be unlocked instantly, by paying just $0.99 for each level.
As options are removed every few seconds, potential points start to drop. Players start by breaking into the top 40. To unlock the next levels – like Album Cover, Album Name and High-Speed Song – they’ll need to move into the top 25, then 20, 15, ten and then eventually, five. Jukebox Genius is a simple and intuitive app with excellent graphics, just like the other SunCat favorites such as Jingle Bells and Crash Zone. It also adds a fun twist to iPod listening and is a way to while away a journey or liven up a party.
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This manic, mind-melting mix of rockabilly, country, R&B and exotica reverberates with lurid sensuality. Spanning music from all eras, the program stops short of the 60s punk and psych ingredients in a hallucinogenic brew. Audio samples can be found on the trial version. This app unearths rare instrumentals which provided the hooks for some of the most memorable songs. Sound quality is detailed and vibrant, significantly superior to the BORN BAD collections. Only a few tracks are obviously sourced from vinyl.
Seriously speaking, interactivity in music apps is something that not many people on Earth would really want to enjoy. People usually listen to music when they feel like untangling themselves a little bit, when they feel that they need to relax. However, Jukebox Genius looks to impress with an attractive interface that adds to fun of listening and playing. This jukebox app for iPhone is a free app, compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and requires iOS 5.0 or later.
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