Muviz Nav Bar Visualizer Updated With New Features

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Listening to music is everyone’s favorite pastime but listening to music while also seeing it visually manifest on screen just adds that extra layer of awesomeness to the whole experience. The India-based mobile developer Muviz is well-aware of that fact and has recently introduced its very own navigation bar audio visualizer app which does exactly what its name suggests – visualizes your favorite tunes on the screen. A month or so later, the app was met with a positive reception on the Play Store as it currently boasts between 50,000 and 100,000 downloads and an overwhelming majority of 5-star ratings.

That’s quite an accomplishment for a relatively unknown developer so Muviz decided to work hard and provide frequent updates to its latest app. The update version 1.1.0.16 which just hit the Play Store boasts several new features, bug fixes, and performance patches, all obviously designed with the goal of improving the overall user experience. More specifically, users now have the option of manually adjusting the position of their visualizations of choice, which is especially useful for users without a navbar who were so far forced to watch their audio visualizations display directly above their software buttons. In addition to that, the Muviz Nav Bar Audio Visualizer now also sports an alert system which can notify you whenever the app switches to its Random Visualizer Mode, i.e. whenever you try using it in conjunction with an unsupported app. Luckily, that won’t happen too often as the app supports pretty much every popular music player out there and only has problems with a few apps like Spotify which are packed with their own custom navbars which the Muviz visualizer can’t override. In that case, the visualizer will simply remain hidden until it can be used again.

The Muviz Nav Bar Audio Visualizer is available for download from Google Play Store free of charge. The basic version of the app sports all the features of the premium one but comes packed with fewer styles which you can use to customize your visualization experience. In case you want access to all of the supported styles or simply want to support the developers, you can accomplish that by paying a one-time fee of $1.99.

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