Download VibeTunes apk 1.3 free for Android smartphone

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VibeTunes

Posted by Y&R Brands in Music & Audio | May 21, 2013 | 8 Comments

Apk file size: 11.0 MB

The Cartagena Music Festival have always believed that music is for everyone, even for people who can not hear it. For this reason we created the first app that transforms song frequencies into vibrations so deaf people can feel the music in their Smartphones trought his phone vibrator.

Y&R Brands part of our Music & Audio and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update May 21, 2013. Google play rating is 59.5122. Current verison is 1.3. Actual size 11.0 MB.

Download vibetunes.apk 11.0 MB

8 Comments

Craig Cannon

Great app, a bit rough around the edges. First of all, great idea for an app! I'm a hard of hearing music enthusiast and I can see myself using it daily when my hearing aid is off. Just a few things I'd like to see fixed: 1. The phone turns off after a few minutes which stops the music & vibes prematurely. 2. I have a lot of music files stored on my phone so it's a pain having to scroll down to pick the one I want, I'd like to see better library selection (sort by date, artist, album, etc). 3. Pressing any of the buttons on the phone immediately exit out of the app. This is annoying because my button are flat and I always accidently brush over them which kills the app a lot. If you can get these fixed, I'll update my rating to 5 stars.

dale buterbaugh

Great for deaf It have more stars if would keep on workong while screen is off durong musiic play but otherwise a grest app

Katsya Mawikizi-Liang

Wouldn't even launch the app. Just crashed. Love the idea but no good if I can't use it.

Carlos Fernando

Doesn't even get started! It crashes merely by touching the icon. I couldn't see if it works because it have never launched.

alok yadav

Awesome Awesome

Booger Bender

I like the concept it's great, unfortunately when I installed this on my phone it just quits upon starting. I'll rate this again when it's fixed and useable on my phone. a work in progress for sure.

Emily Brewer

Great idea and was hoping to use this with my students, but can't get it to work :(

Zhi Hua Lean

Can't start The damn thing crashes every time you just tap the icon

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