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App Description

in:play is the music player you’ve been waiting for. featuring a revolutionary new navigation system and an intuitive interface, in:play is a elegant, powerful way to play your music library on your iPhone or iPod Touch. watch the video below and you'll see why "in:play" is better than the old way...

access to your entire iTunes™ Music Library

beautiful, typographically-based presentation

swipe forwards and backwards through your song queue
select a song on your selection screen and simply swipe right to play, tap to play/pause

innovative and intuitive interface that allows you to easily browse through your entire music library from whatever perspective you choose

a patent-pending navigation system we call ‘Deep Context’ which enables you to browse through your entire library without ever having to comb through endless pages of lists and screens.

in:play gives you all the power of traditional song lists while eliminating annoying, hard to read, and difficult to use list-based interfaces.

With in:play, every song is just a tap away, tap and slide your finger on the Artist/Album/Song area to switch between playing all your songs, or just songs from the current artist or album

pull down to show a full selection screen - a more traditional way to navigate through your library

quick access to your common media controls at the bottom of the screen.

specialized themes optimized for optimal viewing in both bright and dark conditions

add anything to your custom re:playlist on the fly by tapping the screen with two fingers, or from the selection screens by swiping. (add a song or even a whole album or artist!)

"In:play is a new music player for the iPhone that's elegant and easy to use. It has a minimalist interface with comfortably sized on-screen elements and gesture-based controls. It's designed so you can control basic playback functions without having to look at your screen and it's perfect for situations like driving or exercising when you can only spare a glance at your iPhone or iPod touch.

When you launch in:play for the first time, it will step you through the gestures that control playback and provide access to menu items. You can toggle playback by merely tapping anywhere on the screen -- tap once to pause, tap again to resume. You can also advance to the next or previous track by swiping left or right. There are a variety of gestures to learn, but they are all simple and can be mastered in just few minutes.

To help you switch between artists and songs, in:play uses a deep context navigation system that lets you tap on artist, album or song on your screen and swipe between those elements in your library. For example, you can listen to the Beatle's White album and tap/hold on the album name in in:play. A quick swipe from left to right and you will be listening to the songs in Sgt Pepper.

If you don't like this gesture navigation, then you can pull down a menu that contains a traditional alphabetical list that's organized by songs, album, artists, playlists and songs. There are other neat features like a night mode and support for AirPlay that round out this app. The biggest feature missing from in:play is search, which is something bigbluecouch plans to add in an upcoming version. It also doesn't pull down music from iTunes match as those songs stored in the cloud are only accessible to Apple's music player. Songs have to be downloaded to your iOS device before in:play can access them.