Audio Glow Music Visualizer

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4.0
26.7K reviews
1M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

This music visualizer brings your music to the screen in an explosion of bright colors.

• Visualizes whatever music or sound is coming from any other app.
• Dramatically displays artist name and track name for most popular music players.
• Extensive color and shape options to tweak
• Save your settings as themes, and use the included Tasker / Locale plugin to load any of your saved themes in response to almost anything you can imagine.
• Glistening particles keep the screen alive with motion even when music isn't playing (can be turned off)
• Shortcut button to link to your favorite music player, as well as built-in play/pause/last/next controls for whichever music player app is running.

NOTE FOR GALAXY OWNERS: If it doesn't react to music, see the free app, Tunnel Blocker.

NOTE FOR NEXUS OWNERS: On some devices, mostly Nexus brand, audio from OpenSL-based players won't visualize. These include but are not limited to: Poweramp, jetAudio, WinAmp, PlayerPro with DSP pack installed, Rocket Player Premium, GoneMad, and Neutron. If you run into this problem, I apologize! Please email me and I will refund you.

Audio from any app will be displayed, but only the following are known to also show meta data. Additionally, more may work if they have an option to turn on scrobbling. Email me if you'd like to see meta data from an app that isn't supported yet. Unforunately, this is not yet possible with iHeartRadio or DoubleTwist. See cyphercove.com for a list of apps currently known to share meta data with Audio Glow.
Updated on
Oct 29, 2022

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4.0
26.7K reviews
Darius Tyler
May 26, 2020
It works and then it doesn't. Beautiful graphics great colors, but the biggest problems I'm experiencing are: 1. The on screen controls do not work. So play, pause, fast forward etc don't work. 2. The Artist and song title is a hit and miss. Sometimes they show and sometimes they don't. I've cleared the cache, data, uninstall reinstalled and still hit and miss. 3. I wish there was a way to add space between the song title and artist more so than how they're somewhat overlapping each other.
74 people found this review helpful
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William Parsons (TiberiumFusion)
October 31, 2020
Doesn't work anymore :( But when it did, I loved it. I bought this back in 2012 and it worked flawlessly on my Jelly Bean and KitKat devices. Unfortunately, it has never worked correctly on my current Nougat device (circa 2017). The app will run fine, and the play/ff/rw controls work, but the visualization is always dead flat. Even the "show fake visualization when no sound" option does nothing at all, so I guess this app is just incompatible with the recent versions of Android.
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A Google user
March 28, 2020
I would love to give this 5 stars because visually and functionally it is exactly what i was looking for ... BUT ... turns out it isn't a spectrum analyzer... it's just a bunch of flashing lights that start dancing around whenever there is audio... i ran a frequency sweep and it is really bad at identifying Hz or reacting in real time ... so bummed... dunno why anybody would want a spectrum analyzer up on screen that doesn't work.
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What's new

3.2.1-2: Bug fixes.
3.2.0:
Improved meta data detection with optional notification monitoring.
Microphone monitoring feature (preview feature, more coming soon). Using the actual device microphone enables detailed audio analysis for improved syncing to the audio.