Ministry of Sound
You have to REALLY like Ministry...
Ministry of Sound Review
by on February 19, 2012
This is an odd app in our eyes, as it feels like it should be free, but wasn’t, (previously costing £1.49) but is now free again.
The reason for the confusion is this is essentially an advert for the clubs – the gallery of pictures shows people having fun in the clubs, and there’s info on what nights are coming up.
The only reason we were able to fathom for the price is the fact you can listen on demand to DJ sets from decent names – although there’s no archive or search functionality, but this becomes less of a worry for a free app.
We’ll be fair and admit that this app does have a slick user interface that makes it easy to navigate around – this is prevalent throughout Windows Phone apps, and is used to good effect here.
However, the pictures and info can be a little slow to update at times, so we’d hope that could be improved in future updates.
In essence, if you head over to Ministry clubs a lot then this app could become indispensable… otherwise it’s just the DJ sets and pictures of people having fun, which isn’t the worst thing to have on your phone, if we’re honest.
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