Potentially charming, but it tries a bit too hard; it’s quicker to use the Music app. The audio filtering’s nice, mind.
Air Vinyl Review
by on May 18, 2012
Air Vinyl does two things: it gives your music a warm, analogue feel, and presents it like you’re putting LPs on a turntable (albums usually) or flicking through mixtapes (playlists), and dropping a cassette into a Braun-inspired deck.
The audio filter is subtle, though broadly effective – and you can stream the result over AirPlay.
The aping of real-world decks for LPs and tapes, though, feels clunky – and we’re not just referring to the fake scrape-clunk of the stylus hitting the vinyl. The idea of flicking through crates of vinyl is appealing, but it’s laborious and actually not done prettily, at all.
Happily, you can do normal searching. There’s a separate £1.99 iPad version.
Download this app: Air Vinyl for iPhone
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