JetAudio 8 provides change over among sound document arrangements, and record simple sound to different configurations. You can make your own Internet TV by utilising JetCast, which is given JetAudio. JetAudio 8 gives TV jetcast, representation, modules, skins, settings, playback settings, redo surface, base and equalizer, x-bass, reverb, speed controlling of playing.
Resume and label altering are well known components of JetAudio 8 so its simple to alter labels of sound documents and after that resume it. JetAudio 8 prevalent components are label altering, caution and times, equalizer, change, skins, representation, recording, speed control, cross blur, sound impacts, subtitles, Audio CD copying and numerous more elements.
JetAudio 8 for Android
On May 24, 2012, the highly anticipated mobile version of JetAudio, JetAudio 8 for Android was released.
Initially, the app included the same BBE sound effects found in the desktop version of JetAudio, but these were quietly removed with the June 8, 2012 release of version 1.0.2, likely due to licensing issues. Cowon has made no official statement on the matter.
The JetAudio 8 for Android icon.
The app has been praised for its user interface, with one reviewer citing it as “arguably one of the best and most user-friendly that we’ve seen on an Android device”.
Like its desktop counterpart, JetAudio for Android is available as a free, “Basic” version and a paid “Plus” version. Apart from removing the advertising banners present in the Basic version, the Plus version doubles the number of bands available in the built-in equalizer, as well as adds the ability to display unsynchronized lyrics to the music.
Size: 34.28 Mb