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Okay I don't normally even care to write a review but this was needed for this app. I have two really good sounding Bluetooth speakers but from different companies that don't have a sync function also my phone is an iPhone 7 with out the latest 5.0 Bluetooth that allows multiple speakers paired. Finding this app I originally thought it would allow me to connect multiple speakers using only one phone but that's not the case you have to have another device paired with a Bluetooth speaker to get this to work however it's just a minor inconvenience since I just dug out my old iPhone and joined my party while it was connected to its own Bluetooth speaker. Really cool no lag on the audio at all! I plan on getting another speaker so I can use my iPad as well to control another speaker. I really wish you didn't have to use facebook or google to login though as I won't be able to use the app like I want without making a fake gmail account.. Overall though if you don't have Bluetooth 5.0 or speakers that offer multiple speaker pairing like UE or JBL then this app will work great as a alternative to have surround sound, as long as you have a bunch of devices that is 😂
Okay I'm not one to write a review, but I have kinda been sitting on this for a while. I've been using AmpMe pretty much since it was put on the appstore. I went wild and showed all my friends every chance I got. It was the answer to the problem all my friends and I were having. And I really enjoy how much progress the developers have made over time to fine tune the auto sync and other features. What has made me use this app less and less is the fact that it requires a subscription to use it. Not sure if it is a bug on my end or not, but I can't even attempt to host a party without the full page being filled with why I should buy the subscription. If I edit that then I can't host a party unless I deleted and reinstalled the app. Then it would only let me host on the first instance I opened it before doing the premium thing again. Aside from the outrageous subscription, this is an awesome app and unless something can be done to help remedy that, I will be finding an alternative or making my own.
This app will go viral if you guys remove subscriptions and do one time purchases in the range of $2.99-$4.99. This app is designed for groups of people to use and expecting groups of people to all subscribe is outlandish and prevents the viral spread of this app. No one at a party is gona download this and subscribe. It’s an immediate turn off. People wouldn’t think twice about a one time purchase though. I’ve been in countless situations since this apps launch where many people would have bought it as a one time purchase but I currently don’t know ANYONE who uses this app and I have a feeling it has something to do with subscriptions. This app relies on multiple people subscribing and I find that counterintuitive because the more people you have willing to spend that money the more likely they are to just all pitch in on a speaker... why have 5+ people all subscribe when you can start to buy speakers in that price range???Also if you guys want more money to develop the app why would you do subscriptions that would turn away millions of dollars worth of one time purchases? I’m not sure how much you guys make from your subscriptions but I do know it’s preventing an exponential increase of popularity amongst your app and I really find it hard to imagine your subscriptions are making up for the money that you would make off one time purchases
Arranged reviews by “most recent” and saw 20 five⭐️ reviews in a row...all from 6hrs ago...sandwiched in between a bunch of negative reviews. Scrolled more & ran into another bunch of five⭐️s. It’s easy to pick out the fakes, bc the developers actually respond to the real five⭐️s thanking the reviewer. It’s sad bc Amp Me was receiving plenty of legit five⭐️ reviews before they decided to adopt the subscription model. The subscription model used by this app (like many others in recent years) is ludicrous. If I subscribe to a magazine, newspaper, streaming service, etc... I’m receiving brand new content monthly, and even daily in some cases. That is not the case with these photo, music(sharing), note-taking, etc... apps adopting this strategy. I’d gladly pay a 1 time fee for apps like this. It’s ridiculous to expect people to pay monthly. It means one could pay your subscription fee for 2 years and decide to cancel...at which point they’d be out of (at least) $200 and still not be able to use the service moving forward. Even more ridiculous is for users to expect to be in a room full of others who signed up for this subscription. I’d pay up to $10, one time for this app...& I bet many others would too. Then again, maybe all of those fake reviewers subscribed & u guys are raking in the cash!😕
Not only does it take 10 minutes to sign up and verify your account, but you also have to sign into every music streaming service you want to use...and so does everyone else. After 15-20 minutes of the 4 of us linking accounts, finding passwords and attempting to sync up some music we got an error every single time we tried to play music. After a while it even just muted the music coming out of my phone (host) and just stopped playing all together. The interface is not terribly easy to navigate and understand what’s going on. A 1) open invite 2) join party 3)sync phones 4) have host pick a song and enjoy Kind of thing would have been nice, at least for new users. After several “successfully synced” messages we still never got it to work and eventually gave up. What we thought was a good substitute to our BT speaker dying on the beach turned into a frustrating waste of 20 minutes. GREAT idea, disappointed in result. Especially after seeing all the ads portraying its simplicity and fast setup. P.S. We were all using new iPhone 10s so its not like the equipment is to blame.
Developed by Amp Me inc.
AmpMe – Speaker & Music Sync is ranking in Music & Utilities
Last update was at Nov 27, 2021and the current version is 9.2.1.
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AmpMe – Speaker & Music Sync have a 53 866a user reviews.