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Topic # 90953 4-Oct-2011 11:06 Send private message

Hi guys I am looking for some feedback on my Drumloop Pro app which has just been released in the marketplace. It is up for a dollar but it does have a trial where you can access all features.

What do you think?

Any bugs?

What could be better?

What needs to improve?

constructive feedback only please.

Cheers

Find it here:

http://www.windowsphone.com/en-NZ/ap...0-9ef4917d6b1c

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  Reply # 528991 4-Oct-2011 12:42 Send private message

I'll give it a run through after Uni




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  Reply # 529104 4-Oct-2011 15:57 Send private message

Alrighty

  • On boot I was holding it horizontal and it opened horizontal, but was orientated wrong. I had to shake it to make it realize it was upside down.
  •  How to menu page is a chest-high wall of text. Consider introducing a larger line spacing, or bullet points.
  • How to menu has inconsistent button references, you refer to the Green button and the PLAY button. 
Other than that it worked pretty well. With the trial version I cannot test the save and resume functions though. Congrats on a nice app




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  Reply # 529119 4-Oct-2011 16:28 Send private message

Thanks for your reply mate.

Yea I agree I rushed that 'how to' section a bit, will plan to make that a bit more user friendly and understandable.

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  Reply # 529125 4-Oct-2011 16:41 Send private message

No problem, quick reviews are easy. The one's I do for iPNZ take me hours. My flat mate was impressed with the App, he plays Guitar. He liked how simple it was to use and how effective it sounded.




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