defepitaph04's Review of EqualizerReviewed on 12/18/18 1:03 PM
The EQ is very flexible and responsive and the app is full of options but interface is very clunky and not very responsive or intuitive. Often times music will pause on its own or when I select a song, the app will play a different song instead. This is my favorite music app so far but those bugs are very frustrating and it’d be much easier to overlook the funky interface. When it works it works great! But currently am auditioning other music apps..
Wolly Yarrow's Review of EqualizerReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
This app is Great!... long time user... Very into music... The Best so far, and I have tried a few...
At annex's Review of EqualizerReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
(Used on an iPhone 7) Let me start off by saying if you're looking for a great customization to get just the right sound for your headphones or any kind of tweaks you like in your music, this app is great!! The issue I do however have is the user interface which isn't exactly the most eye appealing (outdated can I say? Compared to many others), user friendly, or seamlessly functional. For example, let's say I just open the app and want to listen to a specific artist with all of their albums on shuffle, I can't do that by going to the artist in the directory and click a shuffle button at the top because it's none existent. I have to search for the artist in the search bar to find the artist and the songs then click on one song and then a shuffle button will appear. By the way the albums won't be noted/separate if you do it this way, you'll have a list of hundreds of songs if an artist has a lot of albums, that's why this method is only for shuffling. Okay now let's say I want to listen to an artists album then go back a page and pick another album. Can't to do that. I have to click on the music note, find the artist again, and then find the album I want to listen to. Another issue that can get bothersome over time that actually made my friend stop using the app is the next/previous song delay as you switch songs. If I am in the middle of a song and decided I want to change it and press the forward button, it's a good 2-3 second delay before it actually changes to the next track. This sometimes causes me to double skip tracks because I don't think it registered the first time. Frustrating needless to say. Other than that this is a great app and if they fixed these issues and updated the interface (maybe even added a visualizer like 'Electric Sheep') to be more eye appealing and user friendly it would be the best app on the market hands down!!
Tampadoug12's Review of EqualizerReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
I love this app but since the last update it has been killing my battery when not connected or in use. Please fix.
Black Walnut Pie's Review of EqualizerReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
Goldiesix's Review of EqualizerReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
Loves this app. Best EQ I’ve tried, and I’ve tried dozens
Seattle Rex's Review of EqualizerReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
This makes music sound like I want it to sound. I tried many many others, and while there are some worthy competitors, this takes the top spot. It’s had some UI bugs over the years, but it sounds superb. This + quality audio files + a good pair of headphones is like a high-end stereo system. I especially love the ‘thump’ I can get from the low end. Bump the 50-70Hz spectrum, and the phones practically shake off of my head. It’s a thing of beauty. I’ve got thousands of hours of listening in this app. This one is the real deal. Thank you so much for your hard work and expertise in making it!
Jason, the Best Buy Guy's Review of EqualizerReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
I own all of my music, so for me this application is awesome!
KiowaApache's Review of EqualizerReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
Highly recommended! As of Nov.17 2017 After many years, this app is better and even better with iOS 11. Natural Sounding, Audiophile Quality! I owned jet audio, Kaiser Tone and Neutron, but equalizer app is just slightly better!
Chazzzor's Review of EqualizerReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
I confess I run the equalizer at flat. But what I love is the Cross-Feed provision. If you use headphones you are probably aware that the music usually sounds like its spatially inside your head - Which is nothing like you get from external stereo speakers. The crossfeed control (under the gear “settings” introduces a little left into right and right into left to compensate for the unnatural stereo separation you get from headphones or earbuds. In my case I find that setting the cross-feed to -12% sounds great in my headphones. The lead singer is inside my head spatially and the rest of the band is usually around me - I much prefer this to having all the sound sources spatially inside my head with headphones. The other thing I really like is that it has an effective auto-level function that helps to compensate for the different volume levels between my music tracks. I use this on my iPhone and iPad and it seamlessly imported all my music and playlists from Apple’s Music Player. Now if I am using headphones or earbuds I play my music with this App instead of the Apple Music Player.