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Update: The app company did reach out to me to help me resolve this issue. I do appreciate their prompt responses and research into the situation. Apparently this is not an annual charge. Still working on getting this resolved but had to update my review because I’m impressed with their customer service. I downloaded this app about a couple years ago and haven’t re-downloaded it to my new phone. I suddenly have an “annual charge” of $5 on my card from AMI Music which is the new name for Barlink. Not cool. I’m disputing the charge and getting a new card. Pretty sure this is not legal. Be careful where you enter your credit card information and watch your accounts.
2 major issues with this app. Missing songs from some of my fav artists. Ex no “Truth Hurts” by Lizzo and neither of Megan Thee Stallion’s mix tapes all of which is available on a competing app. The other issue is that the app doesn’t display complete song info. I learned this the hard way when I played a song and it was an awful remix. Then for another song I saw 2 album options appear but there was no label indicating which was the clean or which was the explicit version. Again I rolled the dice and ended up playing the wrong version. At minimum the song info should be complete and include the whole title, song time - because sometimes the album version is significantly longer than the radio edit. My local bar switched from a different vendor to this one and I hate it. I’m not buying anymore credits because I’m so irritated by initial experience. Users beware!
The app operates GREAT but it doesn’t show any difference between the original version and a HORRIBLE remix of the song. It happens way too often that you pick the horrible remix instead of the original song. You eventually just remember not to take the chance playing certain songs because you can’t tell if you’re playing the horrible remix or the original song. I have to take 2 stars away because they could make it easy on the customer paying for the song but they make it confusing on purpose. ON PURPOSE. Don’t believe any excuses they do it on PURPOSE.
I put in $5 and put in about 5 songs priority and 2 regular or something along those lines, which seemed great. But after an hour, not a single song had played, so I download the app. The top 5 songs weren’t a single one of mine, but that was fine. Until I saw “Thunderstruck” by AC/DC magically move from not even on the top 5 to number 1. So I downloaded the app, paid $5 again, and put in a song as “priority.” It didn’t show up even as number 5, even though at that point it would have been the second request for the same song. So it’s a scam, this is a bunch of nonsense. All they want is what they’re looking for, not at all worth your money, ever, either in the app or in person.
It’s nice to see the upcoming song list, and over all it’s a solid user experience. I feel like the local caching could be better, but it’s not that bad. BUT, the priority play used to mean your song would play next (if, as I gathered from regular use, you were the last person to play priority before the current song ended). Now, I played three songs with priority and thy didn’t even appear on the next five songs list. I don’t mind if they changed they’re algorithm, it’s their prerogative. I just don’t feel like I can get my music on any more and that matters a lot, so I’d say don’t bother unless your sure the jukebox is open.
AMI Music, formerly BarLink, offers a cool and convenient way to control your favorite jukebox without ever having to leave your seat. Begin by selecting your venue. With the AMI Music app, you can find jukeboxes across the nation and browse
available songs and music videos for free! To play your favorites, simply create an account, add funds for music credits, and choose the songs you want to hear!
Every great night out starts with great music. Soundtrack your evening with AMI Music now.
- Log in with Facebook or create your own free account
- Find & check into AMI venues, save your favorites for quick access
- Use a credit card, PayPal, Venmo, or Apple Pay to add funds for music credits
- Credits can be used across multiple visits or even multiple venues
- Never run out of credits with Auto-Reload
- Select a venue to view songs currently in the queue
- Browse popular artists, songs trending, 1-credit albums, and featured playlists
- Quickly access your most recently played songs
- Organize your go-to songs and create custom playlists in "My Music"
- Use priority play when selecting songs to hear them played sooner
- Earn bonus credits when available by playing multiple songs in one visit
- Apply a darker background with Dark Mode, perfect for dimly lit bars
- Music videos are not available for playback at all locations
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. We treat this concern seriously and have engineered our application to minimize battery usage while providing you with information to enhance your AMI Music mobile experience.
If you experience an issue while playing music, please email our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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