Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Jams Music Player. A whole new way to experience your music.

Note: Screenshots of the app are at the bottom of this post.

Introducing Jams Music Player. It makes use of thin fonts and emphasizes your music covers/art to enrich your music browsing/listening experience. No matter which screen you're on, Jams Music Player makes sure that you can view and listen to your music via a clean, intuitive, and gesture-friendly interface. The entire app just fits in with today's modern design standards. And don't worry, we haven't sacrificed any essential features to achieve this goal. In fact, we've actually added a couple more features to this app that you can't find on any of the other music player apps on the Play store. Here's just a few of those features:

  • Individual equalizer for each song. You also have the option of applying an equalizer setting to a specific artist, album, genre, or custom playlist.
  • Swipe your album art to skip through tracks in a playlist.
  • Homescreen and Lockscreen (Android 4.2+) widgets.
  • Notification Tray controls (Android 4.2+)
  • Sleek animations that correspond to the way you browse through your music.
  • Automatic album-art fetcher. Custom ID3 Tags editor. 
  • Optimized user interface for tablets and phones.
There's tons more features that are simply too much for us to describe here in detail. Don't just take our word for it. Have a look at the sneak peeks for yourself at the end of this post. The final version of the app will be available on the Play store in early September. If you're interested in the app, sign up on our Notification List and we'll send you an email as soon as the app is out.


  1. A couple of comments...

    1. The screenshots are too large for display on a regular computer screen (i.e. average height of 800px). Consider scaling down and linking to full size image.

    2. Where can we send in our feature requests?

    1. Ahh, sorry about that. We're developing the app on a Retina MacBook Pro, so the images look a lot smaller on our screens. We're uploading scaled down versions right now. Thanks for letting us know!