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| September 27, 2013
Fancy Music Player Splyce Gets Flatter For iOS 7 And Gains New Features
The fancy party-friendly music player app Splyce has just received its first major update, a couple of months after its release on iOS. Of course, the update brings some iOS 7-inspired interface goodness to Splyce. "We already had flat design in our first version," notes the team behind the app, "but we have gone even further with it, with smoother icons and buttons, and a general lighter experience." The update also adds the ability to reorder songs from a fast BPM to a slow one, which is ideal for the tail end of a party. Furthermore, it squashes various bugs in the app, including one that goes against Rihanna's request to "please don't stop the music" when connected headphones are subsequently disconnected from the host iDevice. [caption id="attachment_468364" align="aligncenter" width="320"] Splyce[/caption] The update also introduces a couple of expansions for Splyce's $0.99 in-app "Fancier" upgrade. Originally offering Philips Hue lights support only, the Fancier upgrade now includes support for displaying the album artwork in the lock screen and unlocks three new color themes. The new version of Splyce is available now in the App Store as a free update or as a new $0.99 download. The app is optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later. In her review of Splyce here on AppAdvice, Christine noted that it's "definitely a cool app that is great for parties and get-togethers. It has a sleek interface that is easy to use, and has powerful features that bring new life into your music." Shortly after its release, Splyce earned an honorable mention in AppAdvice's App of the Week feature. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]