July 3, 2011 in Music (F)
[prMac.com] Takoma Park, Maryland - Ronit Eisenbach, proprietress of StudioRED, published 14-year-old Jonah Chazan's brainchild Ubershuffle version 1.1. Ubershuffle is an app that allows users to customize their shuffle by equalizing probabilities for each artist, song, genre, or album. This allows users to balance their tastes by listening to each genre equally, listen to artists they have bought fewer albums of as much as artists with more albums on the device. Equalizing by song makes songs with duplicates appear just as frequently as those that are unique.
Ubershuffle version 1.1 adds iPad support, with full four-way rotation. In addition, the app now has a new icon and no-artwork image. This iteration also counts compilations as one artist to avoid an album with a large quantity of artists playing repeatedly due to the high volume of artists with few songs.
* Equalize your shuffle probabilities
* Works with your preexisting iTunes library
* Equalize by song, artist, album, or genre
* Universal app
* iPhone, iPod touch 2G or higher, or iPad
* Requires iOS 4.2 or above
* 3.6 MB
Pricing and availability:
Ubershuffle 1.1 is priced at $0.99 (USD) and is available on the App Store in the Music category.
StudioRED, Ronit Eisenbach's name on the App Store, publishes the apps developed by 14-year old Jonah Chazan, a sophomore at Montgomery Blair High School in Maryland. StudioRED Apps is the developer of bershuffle, the app for customizing music shuffle for iOS. Copyright (C) 2011 StudioRED. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.