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Simultaneous Music Playback Sharing

Category: Music | 
22 Vote(s)


When hanging out with friends, have you ever played music through your smartphone speakers and wished for better, bigger, and louder sound? Here's an application that broadcasts, through bluetooth to all other smartphones with this application, music from their iTunes playlist to play on all devices within the proximity. Meaning that all iPhones are playing the same song at the same exact time, so if you're with a group of 10 people with this app, everyone will be playing the same song on their phones, creating a more vibrant, stereo environment. Each person gets to play one song then "pass it off". Or they can skip a turn if they feel their taste in music is less than desirable. To decide whose turn it is, simply "roll" a digital "dice" to get priority to play one song, then afterwards, wait until everyone else has had a chance to play theirs before you can play another. Nice app for a party with more than one stereo system too!

Interested Team Members

  • Rudrik Panchal
    App Developer
  • Balachandru T
    App Developer
  • Jack Foster
    United States
    App Developer
  • Alp Akaytay
    App Developer
  • Tahir Ashraf
    App Developer
  • Zack Bowling
    United States
    App Developer
  • Miodrag Karalejic
    App Developer
  • Joan Marc
    App Developer
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Comments & Suggestions

  • Nizar Bsb on Feb. 19, 2016

    This something done & dusted http://www.cnet.com/how-to/use-ampme-to-play-music-on-multiple-devices-at-once/

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