Still no people but well, ok... to the point: missing some crucial instruments (percussions, winds...). Looks quite geared towards novice players (no Spotify links, only SoundCloud?). Splash screen is lame, and UX is quite bad (some icon buttons are not meaningful at all, clicking the generic "backwards" Android button sometimes kicks you out of the app. Makes you log in quite randomly. My profile got deleted. I found difficult to add instruments once the profile is finished. I honestly dig the idea, but as a serious developer and not-so-amateur musician I find it quite disappointing. The good thing is that with some serious work on the app (at least front-end and UX, backend is difficult to tell from here) this app should be a good thing to find casual jams while traveling or whatever. Not that this is too difficult currently, since boards work quite well and are 20-something year old established, but location-centric has proven to be better with other target markets.
UX is cumbersome and the user base is non-existent in the Bay Area. The app is a great idea, but it's not there yet.
La idea es buenísima, y la verdad es que las opciones para elegir en tu perfil deja clarisimo que tipo de músico eres. El único punto negativo que veo es que hay poca gente usando la app. Darle una buena publicidad sería lo suyo, porque si yo no hubiera visto la app en un anuncio de televisión no sabría de su existencia, y solo he visto el anuncio una vez. Ánimo con la app, es una grandísima idea.
Hoping this helps me , get rid of the bandwidth.
We're working to make Bandwidth better. Minor bug fixes and speed improvements.
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