Jams On Toast is a delightful music player, hand-crafted for those who truly care about music. It is the only app that lets you manually organize your library any way you’d like.
Inspired by the record collections of yore, you can simply flip through cover art and swipe through crates to navigate and organize your library. Every interaction has been thoughtfully considered, and the design elevates the thing that matters most – your music.
There are little flourishes everywhere – like an animated turntable, which you can tap on to go to the currently playing album; or the 'Read My Mind' feature, where you can cue up the next album simply by scrolling to it, without thinking about what button to tap or managing a playback queue.
If you browse or listen to your music library primarily through albums, this is a beautiful, fast, and power-efficient replacement for the built-in Music app. If that’s not you, Jams On Toast is still a great addition to your other music apps – as a home for music you really love.
Having your music arranged alphabetically, by genre, or other such heuristics never made much sense – does AC/DC really need to be followed by Aphex Twin, or Linkin Park by Metallica? Do genre labels even mean anything today? Take control of your library, and reconnect with the music that matters the most to you. Press and hold any album to move it anywhere in your record collection. Press and hold with two fingers to rearrange sections.
Jams On Toast has been built for the fan who listens to albums cover to cover, and appreciates great artwork (almost!) as much as the music. Or the listener who wants a fresh, distraction-free music experience, instead of being overwhelmed by the built-in app. Or the collector who would rather organize their library in a way that’s meaningful to them, instead of scrolling through an endless, alphabetized list.
Note: This app works with music that has been synced to your device via iTunes. iTunes Match and iCloud Music Library items are supported, but only if the items have been downloaded to the device for offline playback – this may be done from the built-in Music app. Apple Music is not supported at this moment.