Absolutely, yes – either the radio or a playlist idea would be fantastic. I’m not normally a buyer, but I would love to have a much less manual way of becoming familiar with other authors’ works.
Not bad idea. This could definitely benefit designers/programmers.
Yes, +1! I like it… Like, a lot.
Agreed. Those are nice feature ideas! I like the idea of a player that can randomly play files from the categories of the users choice. Extending it to include user created playlists would be awesome too.
To be honest, I’ve seen numerous excellent suggestions in just the few months that I’ve been a member here. The AJ staff probably has tons of new additions in mind for the future, so I’m not gonna hold my breath for any particular feature. Add it to the mound of awesome ideas to improve Audio Jungle!
This definitely seems like a great and useful idea, nice suggestion felt_tips! In fact, I threw together a little custom player today that might help out until AJ inevitably comes up with a slicker integrated solution.
Check it out: http://www.schwartzsound.com/ajplayer
You still have to bookmark and make a collection of items (It’s probably good to do that anyway), but once you do, just paste in the URL of the AJ collection, and you can sit back and listen to all of the songs continuously. Just leave the browser page open in the background while you’re working. If you hear a song you like, pop back over and you can go right to the AJ item page using the handy links in the player.
To be fair, you can do something similar with the official AudioJungle player. However here you don’t have to modify any code, tweak player settings, or repost files, and this playlist is a bit more utilitarian I think. This player is also built on HTML5 , so you can use it on your mobile devices! Hope you all find this useful in your quests.
Yes I heard this before and this is nice idea, especially if the buyers offer this. Don’t understand why it is not implemented yet
Excellent idea, I hope envato agree with you!
This would be totally legit…!! “Audiojungle radio”, kind of a game-changer of an idea really. Mad props for thinking that up.