Modizer

Modizer

By YoyoFR

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2010-09-30
  • Current Version: 2.8
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 204.72 MB
  • Developer: YoyoFR
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 54 Ratings

Description

Modizer is a multiformat modules & chiptunes player which allows you to listen to computers and consoles music (C64, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Amiga, PC, GB, GBA, NDS, NES, SNES, N64, SMS, Genesis/Megadrive, PcEngine, PSX, Saturn, Dreamcast, Arcade, ...). Modizer provides also high quality MIDI playback. Minimum requirement is a device running iOS 8.0 or more. Optimized for retina display. Based on multiple high quality playback engines and using either the FTP server, the builtin WEB browser or the integrated Modland, HVSC & ASMA databases you can discover or listen again to the best music from the videogames (8/16/32bits era) and demoscene history. Discover some real gems from famous people like Chris Huelsbeck, Jochen Hippel, Purple Motion, Lizardking, Audiomonster or Rob Hubbard, ... Main features: -Large compatibility (more than 600 formats) thanks to multiple playback engines : Amiga and PC modules, Atari ST/Amstrad CPC, C64, Nintendo/Sega/Nec/Sony and even more ... -Midi + Lyrics support (info screen). -Direct internet access to Modland, HVSC & ASMA collections. -Built-in Web browser allowing FTP/HTTP downloads, bookmarks and support of ZIP,GZ,LZH & RAR archives. -Built-in FTP server over WIFI connection : upload your music files with a simple FTP client. -Airplay -Playlists support. -Archives support : zip, gz, lha/lzh, 7z, rar, rsn. -Cover support (png/jpg/gif). Covers can be downloaded within Modizer using the webbrowser & 2 fingers tap on an image. -"Coverflow" like effect in landscape. -Search function (in local files/playlists/Modland/HVSC). -Rating & play counter of files. -Multiple visualisations : patterns, 2D&3D spectrums, oscilloscopes, ... -Background playback & remote controller. -Highly configurable behaviour. Review by Toucharcade: http://toucharcade.com/2010/10/02/modizer-its-not-a-game-but-it-sure-sounds-sweet/ Disclaimer: Internet accesses to the Modland, HVSC & ASMA libraries are provided as an as-is service, guarantee for availability and/or functionality is not given. Use this application at your own risk.

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Reviews

  • Best modplayer yet

    2
    By Mr Pras
    Update: giving two stars because it crashes on iPhone 7 and iOS 11 :( Tried a few, this is the best by far. Plays more formats, proper options like interpolation etc. Even has visualisers. Plays custom Amiga routines like imploder and hybris, but some issues there. Amazing that it even plays them at all! 68k emulator inside?! awesome Been using it for years and it's still getting updates. Highly recommended
  • Can't rate this highly enough

    5
    By Dai Bonehead
    So here I am on a train from Cardiff to Chester listening to some of the heroes of the Commodore 64 music days. Journey is flying by thanks to the apps HVSC links. Brilliant and essential for anyone that appreciates old game music.
  • Great app, but some playback bugs

    4
    By Coctailrob
    Love that fact that you can search and download. However I have found that some mods just make that app crash to home screen. No musicline format mods will play at all which is a shame because some of those were fantastic
  • Best app ever

    5
    By Rrbrjfkfkfkrbr
    This is the best app to play old videogames songs but with high quality at the incredible price. It supports play a huge variety of formats included midi and I use it to learn to play the piano. It's fantastic.
  • The best chip music player on any system.

    5
    By Vulture Cage
    Not only does it playback an incredible amount of file types it also has a built in browser that makes finding music easy. Add to that a good way to organise and playback your library and you're left with the best chip tune player I've used on iOS, Mac or Windows.
  • The best mod music player for iOS.

    5
    By Fangurmethau
    I don't usually write reviews, but it's 2017 and Modizer just got an update and I wanted to say: If you need a module music player, Modizer is what you need. Search for mods in a bunch of different mod archives, download them and start playing them immediately. It's perfect. If you already have a library of music on your computer, it's so easy to just transfer everything onto your phone, or just use Modizer to search for the songs and download them in a flash. I do it all the time - I'm on my phone, I remember a song I love, and I get on Modizer, search for it, and in a few seconds it's downloaded and playing on my phone. I cannot praise Modizer enough. I've been using it for years and I am so, so happy that it's still getting updates. If you're like me and want to play some good mod music on your phone, Modizer is just terrific. The other options are all either abandoned or seriously lacking in functionality. Get it. Now.
  • Stunning

    5
    By Daedalia
    Put simply this is the best mod and exotic format game music player. It plays obscenely more formats than anything else the app store, many I've never even heard of. Add to that the huge Modland database this plugs into, has anything you can think of. Off to tend to my bleeding ears.
  • Sort of a must have!

    4
    By Popalazarou
    Excellent app. If you like classic chip music , this has many options to configure to your liking. I would give 5 but currently I seem unable to download muzaks with the latest version. Please fix as soon as possible devs. Thanks for the app
  • Brilliant but sad :-(

    4
    By Monkspeed
    Ever since I updated the app, all the mods I had disappeared. Their names still appeared on my playlists but didn't play when clicked on. I clicked on clean database out of curiosity and that of course deleted the songs of the playlist that we're no longer on the phone, so now I don't know what the hell I had or didn't have. Brilliant app apart from that :-(
  • Awesome!

    5
    By Rama-kitty
    This really bridges the generations - I have it playing mods from the late 80’s.

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