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  • Brandon Kenyon
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    #693 |

    an you make an android of this app because my iphone will soon be replaced with a samsung galaxy s whatever and also can you make one for kindle fire hd

    tony_anytune
    Keymaster
    Post count: 285
    #694 |

    Hi,

    Thanks for the request – you are not the first to ask about Anytune on other operating systems and devices.

    We are looking into bringing Anytune to other operating systems like Windows and Android. However, the only promise I can make is that it will be long time coming. It would be great if we could just hit a button and it magically worked tomorrow, but it’s a LOT of work to get a complex app like Anytune working well across multiple platforms.

    If Anytune is an important tool for you, or if you make use of multiple music related apps on your phone/tablets, iPhones and iPads will likely still have the best music app support for several more years yet.

    Sean.

    tony_anytune
    Keymaster
    Post count: 285
    #762 |

    Hi Leo,

    Please email us at our support address – we have not heard of anyone else having a problem like this, and debugging it in our forums is probably not going to be the best place to work through it.

    You can open Anytune, select the Help menu and then click email support.

    Sean.

    RobyJohny
    Blocked
    Post count: 1
    #5132 |

    Yes we take a look at Swift Player. But because of these reasons, we are increasingly forced to look for online converters or other applications that we recommend. For me Flvconverter.net remains an irreplaceable online converter from YouTube to mp3 music.

    ogilmore
    Participant
    Post count: 2
    #5272 |

    I have also found that you can screen record a youtube video then use that recording to make an imovie then transfer it to Anytune its a long workaround but works
    For me

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