ipEQ Equalizer for iPhone is the First Music App of iOS

On May 8, 2013

ipEQ for iPhone is an application released later this morning in Cydia, and with its help you can change the way the iPhone’s speaker plays music from the Music app. The IpEQ developer for iPhone claims that this app is the first Music equalizer for iPhones and the truth is that in Cydia there isn’t something similar.

If you look at the picture above you will notice that from this application you can change many aspects of how the music plays and you can customize it as you like.

REQUIRES iOS 6.x. IPHONE ONLY. This is the world’s first Music.app equalizer. It fully integrates into iOS’ native Music.app and offers different types of parametric pre-filters:

Low Pass Filter<;

High Pass Filter;

High Shelf Filter.

In addition, there is an extra Bass Boost feature, which boosts up the low-frequency tunes. You can change the target frequency (60 – 120Hz), the output gain boost and the intensity.

ipEQ for iPhone is capable of significant changes in the way you listen to music, but you need to be informed on how to use its settings, otherwise you risk ruining the way the iPhone play music, so we have to very careful. ipEQ for iPhone is available at a price of $2 in the BigBoss repo of Cydia and can be used only on the iPhone terminals.