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  • 'MusicCount' Shows the Number of Times a Song Has Been Played in the Music App

    Have you ever wondered how many times you've played a song that's in your music library in your Music application?

    With a new free jailbreak tweak called MusicCount by iOS developer isklikas, you will be able to see the amount of times that a song has been played, as shown above.

    To see the amount of times that a specific song has been played, all you have to do is swipe to the right on the song's title. A small "Played X" will appear, with X being the amount of times that the song has been played all the way through. Partial plays are not counted in this number a song must reach the end to be counted as "played."

    You can dismiss the play count by either swiping to the left on the song that you just swiped to the right on, or you can just wait four seconds and the "Played X" will go away by itself.

    Notably, we did experience a bug where the first song that you swipe to the right on will not properly move over enough for you to read the amount of times played, but by either playing a song, or swiping on another song, you can correct this issue it's not a very detrimental issue, but it will definitely affect our rating of the tweak because of the lack of fluidity.

    The tweak can come in handy if you're interested to see the songs that you play most. MusicCount is compatible with all iOS 7 devices. If you would like to give the tweak a try, you can download it for free right now from Cydia's ModMyi repository.

    Name: MusicCount
    Price: FREE
    Version: 1.1
    Requirements: iOS 7.0-7.0.6
    Tested on: iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6
    Repo: ModMyi
    Developer: isklikas
    Editor's Rating:  4/5
    This article was originally published in forum thread: 'MusicCount' Shows the Number of Times a Song Has Been Played in the Music App started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
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    1. isklikas's Avatar
      isklikas -
      Apologies for this bug. It has came to my attention, however this is caused by the Music App as it reloads all data after loading. If you had waited 3 seconds, this wouldn't have happened. I tried to do something for this, but I don't think I can stop it. In my opinion it was preferable to allow this, than to delay the users by 3 seconds. Nonetheless, I'll check it once again