Play It for iPhone and iPad

Play It is a music player for the iPhone and iPad that is controlled solely with gestures. It also lets you customize the look and syncs with iCloud so that your settings match on all devices. Additionally, Play It supports the new Twitter function in iOS 5, so that you can quickly tweet about the music you're listening to.

Check out the promo video below!

Play It is a fun and useful app to control your music with innovative, but simple gestures.

  • iCloud
  • Personal colors
  • Twitter
  • Multi touch
  • Useful on the road
  • AirPlay support
  • Headphone remote support
  • Controls from the lock screen
  • Synchronization with iTunes
  • Uses the music from the iPod app
  • Also plays popcasts and audio books
  • Shuffle function
  • Search function
  • Sort albums by album or artists

The updated includes:

  • iCloud
  • Colors and scroll style personalization
  • iOS 5 Twitter (auto and manual)
  • Lyrics
  • New gestures
  • Albums crash fix
  • Other important bug fixes

Play It is available on the iPhone and iPad for $0.99.

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Leanna Lofte

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  • i'm surprise Apple approved this app.. much like how long it took them to aprove a browser app because they want you to use the iPhone native browser and their beloved iPod.
  • Anyone use this yet? Im excited. Looks nice! Could this replace the new horrible "Music" app?
  • Wait, what's horrible or new about the Music app? It's the same as the iPod app, just with video separated out into another app...
  • No more sidebar. Visuals different. Crashes all the time. Stuff like that.
  • No more sidebar. Visuals different. Crashes all the time. Stuff like that.
  • This video was one of the worst, in that it doesn't actually show anything that isn't already known. I was expecting to see what the gestures were, not see the bullet points of the app...
  • we doesn't actually show anything