Ecoute, the music player app available on iOS, has just got a significant update with few new additions and a handful of remarkable bug fixes.
The former update (version 2.0) has brought a new design in line with iOS 7. And now, the latest update, which has bumped the app to version 2.1, enhances that design by adding another new iOS 7-inspired feature, blurred backgrounds. Now the app features the player view with a background based on a blurred and a bit zoomed-in version of the song’s artwork that’s been currently played.
The update also brings a new queue manager, which allows you to reorganize your already queued tracks and seamlessly add more tracks to the queue. You can access this feature by clicking the clock icon available in the ‘Now Playing’ view.
The app has also received a new ‘Up Next’ option, which lets you track contextual menu. In specific, this feature brings you the ability to add a track to the bottom line of the queue.
Besides the aforementioned features, the update also includes the following enhancements and bug fixes:
- Resolved a minor pause issue that caused annoyance when joining new songs to the current queue.
- Resolved a random crash while searching.
- Resolved a problem corresponding to the last.fm auth.
- Fixed a bug with some songs that wouldn’t get scrobbled.
- Enhancements to scrolling performances.
- Some other minor bug fixes.
The updated version of Ecoute app for iOS is downloadable via the link given below. The app requires devices with iOS 6.0 or above firmware.
Ecoute download link for iOS (grab the update for free or pay $2.99 if downloading the app for the first time)