Rasa Music Visualizer is all about making your music listening experience even more awesome

Thanks to the wealth of quality, audio apps available for mobile devices, your smartphone or tablet can become the ultimate music-discovery tool with the push of a button. Apps like Apple Music and Spotify put massive libraries at your fingertips, while dynamic radio programs like NPR Music and Pandora will unearth the best band you haven’t heard yet. Relative newcomers like YouTube Music and Tidal add video and other offerings. There are tons of other music apps that deserve your iOS device, that is why here for this review we have found an app from the same genre that is, Rasa Music Visualizer.

What is Rasa Music Visualizer?

Rasa Music Visualizer is an app that helps you to visualize your music right on your iPhones and iPad or even your big screens. This app will allow music to influence your heavenly creations, and let them live, endlessly twisting and turning on your device. Feel your stress dissipate after watching these amazing visualization and control the way you ever wanted. This is perfect for parties or chills out sessions. It is a special experience to watch this music visualizer on a big screen. All you need is an iOS device connected to your TV. You can then stream the visuals and the music from the mobile to the TV.

App Highlights

  • These visualizations are optimized with both iPhone and iPad screen sizes to give you a great experience on your devices.
  • The app even receive input using your microphone to visualize
  • Tons of visualization that react to your music in stunning ways
  • Go for its customized settings to make these visualizations fit your moods
  • Get a chance to impress your friends and family at parties
  • And much more…

So what you are waiting for? This handy to use the app can be yours by just spending $1.99 and you can have it for your iOS devices from the direct download link present at the end of this review article.

App Store Download Link: Rasa Music Visualizer

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