- Price: free ($0.00) In Apple Store
- Category: Music
- Updated: 2010-11-20
- Current Version: 2.0.1
- Size: 0.40 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Sam Tarakajian
- Requirements: Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later
- © Sam Tarakajian
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May cause total collapse of the eardrums, followed by feelings of profound euphoria and bliss. Users report hallucinations typified by but not limited to unicorns riding on sound waves, a briefcase eating a tape recorder playing the theme from JAG,…..
Rated 1/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
The Awesome mode doesn't turn off
The Awesome mode (i. e. Annoyingly distorted mode) doesn't turn off under iOS 4.
The rest of the improvements are very useful.
Not great app
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By far not a GREAT app, but it's not horrible. I certainly wouldn't mind if I had never wasted time on it. What the description says causes "bliss" and "euphoria" is really just a simple noise maker and a very boring, uninteresting, and unoriginal one at that. It's just one sound that's very boring to control in a format mastered by many other apps. The y-axis volume control is nice but limited and the awesome mode is anything but (it's really the sound of an electric guitar dying in indeterminable notes at uncontrollable volumes.
Was amazing but now.......
I used to love this app very much and would rate it five stars but ever since the last update it has radically changed; the sound in the normal setting sounds sort of like it does in awesome mode. I hate this!!!! It used to sound great (smooth and clean) but now it always sounds distorted and very harsh. please restore the original sound to this once fantastic application and I will give it five stars.
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