JetAudio Reaches Version 3.0 on the Store Bringing a Long List of Changes

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  • 01 Jun 2013
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  • The Android OS has benefited from implşementations that have been highly appreciated back when the mobile platforms were non-existent. WinAmp snd JetAudio are only two of the best implementations, with the latter reaching version 3.0 that offers a very long list of changes, including in terms of UI.


    Team Jet has been concentrating on offering one of the most advanced music players available for the mobile platform. The app named JetAudio is available on the Play Store in Basic and Plus form, with the latter offering access to a lot of extra options. The app comes with support for 32 equalizer presets, lots of audio formats and X-Wide, Reverb, X-Bass sound effects, to name only a few out of the huge list of available features.

    JetAudio 3.0 offers a few UI changes to bring it to a more polished state. The new version also includes new mean of interaction and expandable notifications for Android 4.2. There are new integrated sound effects (X-Bass & X-Wide 3), new widgets in different sizes and including adjustable transparency. You can pitch correction ON/OFF, show file info and search for song on YouTube, and that to mention the most important features. It can be either downloaded for free or purchased from the Store.


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    • Gavin

      Its the best music player. I wonder will they ever release a full media player.

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