A beautiful interface but not, perhaps, the best basic concept ever
by on January 6, 2012
This is a really beautiful little app, and we wish we could use it to control all of our music collection.
The fact that Apple would be unlikely to approve an app that duplicates the functionality of the built-in iPod app leads us to suspect that this one’s schtick – a way to play albums you haven’t listened to for a long time – is just a way to get round this. It’s a shame, because the interface is really lovely.
The ‘unlistened-to albums’ idea, however, is flawed, and not just because you could almost do it with a Smart Playlist. The problem is that you may not have many unlistened-to complete albums on the relatively small capacities of an iPhone or iPod touch.
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