Dec 18, 2016 04:36PM CET
Right now we're still making the experience great on iPhone. We've got lots of ideas including allow you more advanced editing ability and helping you save songs you like back to Spotify. Once we've perfected the experience here, we'll then start looking at other platforms.
Any updates on this? I was excited to test Pacemakers capabilities on my new iPad, as I’m hoping to create a playlist for my wedding instead of just cross fading in Spotify, and am now extremely disappointed in the lack of features. With the expanded screen and increased visuals, it’s only natural that the iPad app should offer at least the same capabilities as the iPhone app if not more.
Nov 26, 2017 12:01AM CET
Thanks for the feedback. We're still evaluating how much demand there is to be able to listen to mixtapes made on iPhone on iPad. Please keep sharing your support on this thread. We read every single post and use these to plan future releases of Pacemaker.
It's ridiculous that the apps are so different! Shame on you!
And no user friendly info on that you can't play Mixtapes on iPad version. You get nothing and have to dig through support forum. Shame on you!
Quick and dirty temporary fix: Make the iPhone version available on iPad! (Yes, it easily gets ugly when you scale upp apps purposed for a smaller screen. But my primary concern is functionality, not esthetics.)
I'm willing to pay for functionality and user-friendliness, but not for this user-hostility and incomprehensible dividing based on size of hardware. Get a grip!
May 21, 2018 11:24AM CEST
From our data, we see that most users of Pacemaker for iPad prefer to mix tracks manually rather than using the auto-pilot feature which is similar to what we released with Pacemaker for iPhone. At this time, we're still looking to understand the demand for being able to listen to iPhone mixes on iPad. For the time being, we'll consider making this more clear by explaining this with a popup message in the app.