There is no need to carry around multiple music CDs just to enjoy your favorite classical pieces. The Classical Music I app has been made for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone and provides you access to some of the best and most well-known classical pieces that have ever been composed. Users will have 150 masterpieces to enjoy, which equals a large number of listening hours ahead of you. This is great to listen to at home of course but also as you're out and about.
The Classical Music I app makes it possible for you to bring along 150 masterpieces from history no matter where you go. Enjoy pieces from such composers as Handel, Mozart, Liszt, Chopin, Bach, Puccini, and Beethoven. Each of the pieces you'll find in the app have been hand-picked by experts so that you get a wide variety while staying true to the musical geniuses in history. In total there are more than 12 hours of listening available and all of the audio was extremely high quality. Besides the impressive library of music there are also a number of features built into the app.
The app is free to use but you can upgrade to the deluxe version for $4.99. This allows you to listen to all the music without a limit, in other words in full. When it comes to the user rating you can't get any higher than this app which has a perfect five star rating.
Enjoy a wide variety of classics
Extras Built In
So what are some of these extras that the Classical Music I app offers users? The app supports background play and multi-tasking, offers the ability to create a playlist, lets you set a sleep timer so you can fall asleep to the music, provides links to Wikipedia to learn about the composer, and there is no need for the Internet. The app supports wireless AirPlay, iCloud, iOS 7 and iPhone 5S/5C. You can play your tracks continuously or in random order and it supports 10 different languages.
Now that we have the specifics out of the way it's important to point out the user interface. At first it's a little off-putting thanks to the ads, the busy screen, and scrolling across the top of the screen. As users will quickly find it's actually very easy to use. The song currently playing is displayed across the top of the screen as well as the composer's name and in the middle you can see the song line-up with the current one highlighted with a blue arrow. You can pause, rewind, and fast forward a particular song, and advance or go back in the playlist order.