First off you may know that it only works with your local mp3 files, not with music sync to your Android from a streaming music service. What's more, you'll need minimum 20 tracks located in your mobile device.
You can add as many player as you want. Select the questions per player (5,10,15,20,25) and start quiz. Bear in mind that the amount of questions per player depends on the amount of mp3 located in your mobile device. There are different difficulty levels, from "Child's Play" to "Insane". Obviously, all the questions are related to the artists and albums of your tracks.
There are different type of questions or effects like "Guess the intro", "Heavy echo", "Reverse play", "Slip slide", "Alien" and "Slow play". What's more it includes a quirky bonus rounds like count down style, "guess the year" or "identify the album" for when you answer properly two questions in a row. You can play your own or in teams, up to 5 players.
The app concept is great and I've to admit that i've seen it before. However, it needs to be enhanced graphically. What's more, it would be great if the developer finds the way to integrate the quiz with the most used streaming service (Spotify, GMusic, Grooveshark) by catching, for instance, the tracks history. Users are likely to use increasingly streaming music services instead of locating mp3 on their devices.
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by Manu , Appszoom
Apr 16, 2012