SongPop – Guess The Song game by FreshPlanet Inc.
Game Description :
From the creators of SongPop comes a brand new way for you to compete with Music Lovers from All Around the World.
Challenge your friends with more than 100,000 real music clips from your favourite artists and much, much more.
Listen to real music clips from artists such as the award-winning Billie Eilish, the renowned Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Cardi B, classic tunes from Queen, and more in the world’s most popular music quiz game.
Guess the correct artist and song title faster than everyone else to win!
Game Features :
Compete with players from around the world in both classic async mode and real-time games.
Guess songs to win XP to unlock numerous features and rewards.
Build your playlists and challenge your friends on your favourite playlists to see who is the best at guessing in this song game.
Level up a large variety of playlists and collect unique items of your favourite music categories to express your musical personality.
Customize Avatars with unlockable Frames, Stickers and Vinyl.
Progress through the monthly Music Pass and earn exclusive rewards as you go.
Challenge your friends and family to a private game.
Contact us in-game vias Player Profile > Setting > Report an Issue
Terms of Service
Additional Information :
- Age Rating 9+
- Size 176.1 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
User Reviews :
Bug fixes an accessibility review.
There is some bugs with VoiceOver that I’ve been noticing, within SongPop. When you go to accept the challenge using voiceover, you can’t dismiss the dialogue while using voice over. I experienced, that when I go to accept a challenge, I have to turn VoiceOver off that way I can be able to close out of that dialogue. If y’all can fix that right away, I would really appreciate it. Plus, the advertisements are not accessible whenever I close them. I have to close and reopen the app to close some ads. However, some advertisements are closable with voiceover. if y’all can please find a way to fix some of these bugs, I would really appreciate it.
There is a lot to like.. but a lot to be desired.
This game makes some really weird choices. For instance. You have to be Level 25 in order to even Like a song, you have to be level 15 to Chat with friends, that’s right the ability to CHAT is locked behind a Level wall. Something as simple as changing your profile pic will require you to be Level 16. This in its self wouldn’t be such a problem, if the game didn’t have what it call a “Experience Cap”. You can only earn so much. EXP a day, you can break that cap, by using the games premium currency, which means you will have to spend some money, just to level up! This makes it really hard to stay engaged in the first place, I like the idea of being able to play against another person all while discovering new artists you thought you’d never be into, but this game makes a lot of weird choices, I’m not a big fan of all these Level restrictions, why must I be a certain level to customize or like a song I thought was pretty cool? I have Apple Music so whenever I find a song I just look it up on there and add it to my library, and this is one of the games strongest aspects, discovering new tunes. It’s hard to recommend, simply because of the absurd Level restrictions the game requires you to have to even express yourself.
If you have the coin…
SongPop has generally been a game that forces a premium on you for user benefits; but in this version, it’s even more pushed onto the player with my least favourite feature added, which is the daily gold and exp cap. The game perpetuates a need to pay over this hurdle in two ways: you can either buy the premium (which is $9.99/mo, overpriced for a game of this nature), or use gems that are given from time to time, or bought using the in-game store. And the game has no shortage of reminding you that there’s always the option to pay for a premium by annoying you with reward blockades that always offer a premium reward bonus even if you’ve completely refused to take the premium multiple times. Other than the obvious cash grab the game presents, it’s an average “guess the game” quiz that only has a few feature additions and UI changes from its previous iteration in SongPop 2. Some of the response times are rather slow, especially on rewards blockades and the song library. If there is something that I can appreciate about this game compared to the last, it’s that unnecessary notifications don’t flood my game… for now. That’s all I have to say about my experience.
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