It’s not a perfect music player, but those looking to some EQ control will likely become totally addicted.
Equalizer Pro Review
by on October 26, 2012
The equaliser is the one part of the Music app in iOS that’s decidedly on the weak side. There are presets, but if you’ve invested in a great set of headphones, and you really love your music, you might want to be able to tweak the curves on the go.
Equalizer Pro lets you make tweaks to any song in the iPod library on your device, or you can add OGG and FLAC files to it using iTunes (formats not supported in the main Music app). You can then create custom curve presets, and save EQ settings for a track (though this only worked on some tracks for us).
The great part is how powerful and easy to use the tools are. You can add as many curve points as you want with a tap, and move the entire soundscape up or down, or to the high or low end, with a swipe of your finger. As a music player, it’s not the prettiest, and it’s not as fluid to use as the Music app, but its excellent feature list elevates it.
Download this app: Equalizer Pro for iPhone
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