I’m proud to announce that I’m bringing two more of my apps to the iPad. These updates are of course free for everyone who bought the iPhone app already. Thank you for your support, I couldn’t have done this without you!
Audious Universal
The first update is for my music player replacement app Audious. The iPad interface feels just like the iPhone app, helping you discover long forgotten songs in your music library with it’s gorgeous interface and large cover art. The larger interface plays it’s strength when displaying play queue, play view and library one a single screen. Plus: New in this update is full iTunes Match support. You can turn it on in the settings; Otherwise Audious will only display songs available locally. You can find the update on the iOS App Store.
Dozzer Universal
The second app is the Apple featured app Dozzzer, that let’s you drift asleep to your favorite tunes – now even better with the iPad’s larger speakers. You can get it on the iOS App Store as well.

Audious 1.1
The first big update for Audious is out! Audious 1.1 brings you a completely redesigned music queue, simplified gestures and more focus on individual songs rather than complete albums.

You can reach the queue view now by simply grabbing the entire play view at the handle at the top and sliding it down to reveal the queue behind it. This is much faster than the previous animation.

Some of the features previously only accessible through gestures have now been moved to the menu (which can be opened by tapping and holding the big album cover). Also there is now an option in the settings.app that let’s you choose between artists, albums and songs for the music browser to display when you’re not searching for anything. The default is now songs (It previously displayed albums).


I am very happy to introduce Audious the (probably) best music player for iOS. It is an entirely gesture controlled replacement for the iPhone music app. You can find all possible gestures here.

Besides it’s interface and gestures the most important feature that sets it apart from the integrated music app is the play queue. It allows you to choose songs to play next without stopping or skipping the one you’re currently listening to.

Audious also helps you rediscover your music by presenting you with albums you haven’t listened to in a while in their full beauty with large cover art.

It is also social with integration for sharing songs (or at least iTunes previews) on twitter and the option to scrobble your tracks to Last.fm.

Audious is available on the App Store now.