Scott Snibbe Studio has released Gravilux 2.0 – a complete rewrite of the popular iOS App that was one of the first number one interactive art apps for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch, and became a long-lasting bestseller in the iTunes charts.

A highlight of the new version is the new music visualizer that creates gravitational music videos filled with color and stars based on any of the tracks in your music library. Gravilux 2.0 also features a new animated typography module, allowing people to create words and phrases made of stars, and then warp them with gravity and antigravity, distorting, collapsing, and exploding apart. Both new features are available as an in-app purchase as part of Gravilux Plus, and you will see more features added in the coming months.

Gravilux 2.0  makes the entire app experience easier to use with a new clear and elegant iconic interface, including a new color wheel for color animations. A new color algorithm enhances full-color animation of stars based on their speed. And the app has been optimized for new devices, rendering is sped-up,  retina support has been enhanced, and you can now share images via Twitter, Facebook, and email.

Gravilux 2.0 is available exclusively in the iTunes App Store for iOS.

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  3. [...] his best-selling Gravilux app to the slow, unglamorous Kindle Fire. But wouldn’tcha know, now he’s gone and updated the original iOS-only version with new features which ensure that, as usual, the iThing-owners of the world get the best stuff first. (I say this [...]


  4. Hi,

    When will Gravilux 2.0 be released for Mac?

    Best regards,
    Svein Rosseland


  5. [...] along with the update’s true highlight, a fully-integrated music visualizer. This, according to creator Scott Snibbe, “creates gravitational music videos filled with color and stars based on any of the tracks [...]


  6. [...] highlight, a fully-integrated music visualizer. This, according to creator Scott Snibbe, “makes gravitational music videos filled with [...]


  7. [...] mode” along with the update’s true highlight, a fully-integrated music visualizer. This, according to creator Scott Snibbe, “creates gravitational music videos filled with color and stars based on any of the tracks in [...]


  8. [...] along with the update’s true highlight, a fully-integrated music visualizer. This, according to creator Scott Snibbe, “creates gravitational music videos filled with color and stars based on any of the tracks [...]


  9. [...] along with the update’s true highlight, a fully-integrated music visualizer. This, according to creator Scott Snibbe, “creates gravitational music videos filled with color and stars based on any of the tracks [...]


  10. [...] along with the update’s true highlight, a fully-integrated music visualizer. This, according to creator Scott Snibbe, “creates gravitational music videos filled with color and stars based on any of the tracks [...]


  11. [...] along with the update’s true highlight, a fully-integrated music visualizer. This, according to creator Scott Snibbe, “creates gravitational music videos filled with color and stars based on any of the tracks [...]


  12. [...] along with the update’s true highlight, a fully-integrated music visualizer. This, according to creator Scott Snibbe, “creates gravitational music videos filled with color and stars based on any of the tracks [...]


  13. [...] mode” along with the update’s true highlight, a fully-integrated music visualizer. This, according to creator Scott Snibbe, “creates gravitational music videos filled with color and stars based on any of the tracks in [...]


  14. [...] Gravilux2, a new ‘gravitational’ version of the music visualiser from Scott Snibbe. [...]


  15. Mick canning 03.23.12

    Just wondering if there’s a update to come we’re you can add a full album rather than 1song at a time thanks love the work great app


  16. Fermin Severy 04.15.12

    This happens when some layman director and third grade band try to mimic David Lynch.

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