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Likely a solid simple choice for some. Criticisms: No playlists for some reason. Just a 'List' feature that only lets you add one track at a time, and then you have to select each track to play it. The lists do save your track settings at least. Fairly barebones interface, but it's fast. File browser is quick and simple, uses directory structure, no album/tag nonsense. Supports FLAC. Full version has features not in this demo version.
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It works! Does a good job of maintaining the sound quality (at least enough to hear what's being played) even when heavily slowed down. And the Spotify integration is really slick. The interface takes a bit of getting used to and you do need to read the instructions. In an ideal world, it would be a bit more intuitive, but for free I'm not complaining. Going to spend a bit more time with it, but I'm pretty sure I'll be upgrading to the paid version
I think this is a pretty good app for slowing down music tunes. The possibility to slow down tunes from Spotify is really useful and, as far as I know, unique for this app . I think it is quite unfair to rate it low because of the time limitation in the free version, when this is clearly announced and you have the option to buy the full version without limitation.
18 people found this review helpful