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CleanScript says

Yes, sure, you can use a website that gives you the option using HTML5 (dont want to give any names), and yes, sure, you can touch the triangle arrow and hold until the open in safari menu opens and listen to the MP3 in quicktime for ipad from the amazon s3 website. But you can’t listen to an item from the dedicated item page (as flash is not available). And this is 2013, where is the tablet support? where is HTML5? Nexus 7 does not have flash BTW in the latest update.

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JasonGraham says

Absolutely, AJ needs to replace the out of date flash player with HTML 5 / jquery / JavaScript.

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SchwartzSound says

Yes they do, and they know.

In the meantime, you can utilize the AJ Radio Bookmarklet to play tracks from directly within the AudioJungle website when browsing on your mobile device, without leaving the dedicated item page, or any other page like an author portfolio or search results.

You can find the Bookmarklet on the AudioJungle Radio Homepage, scroll down and click “Bookmarklet” under the link/embed section.

You can briefly see how the bookmarklet works on the AJ Radio promo video, at about 1:16 in: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbB_u9dfrYM

Adding a bookmarklet on the iPad/iPhone is a bit more of a pain, but only takes a few extra taps and you only have to set it up once. Here’s an instructional video I found on how to add bookmarklets to your iOS device web browser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjZQUup5XNg

Once that’s done, you can easily listen to AJ tracks in your iPad/iPhone directly on the AudioJungle item page. Sure it takes an extra click to activate the bookmarklet once you’re on the page, but it allows you to stay on the dedicated AJ page and is much nicer than dealing with the “triangle arrow” hack. Also lets you play multiple items on a portfolio/search page as a playlist.

Hope this helps!

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CleanScript says

Yes they do, and they know.

In the meantime, you can utilize the AJ Radio Bookmarklet to play tracks from directly within the AudioJungle website when browsing on your mobile device, without leaving the dedicated item page, or any other page like an author portfolio or search results.

You can find the Bookmarklet on the AudioJungle Radio Homepage, scroll down and click “Bookmarklet” under the link/embed section.

You can briefly see how the bookmarklet works on the AJ Radio promo video, at about 1:16 in: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbB_u9dfrYM

Adding a bookmarklet on the iPad/iPhone is a bit more of a pain, but only takes a few extra taps and you only have to set it up once. Here’s an instructional video I found on how to add bookmarklets to your iOS device web browser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjZQUup5XNg

Once that’s done, you can easily listen to AJ tracks in your iPad/iPhone directly on the AudioJungle item page. Sure it takes an extra click to activate the bookmarklet once you’re on the page, but it allows you to stay on the dedicated AJ page and is much nicer than dealing with the “triangle arrow” hack. Also lets you play multiple items on a portfolio/search page as a playlist.

Hope this helps!

Thanks, It does not help.

If you read the original message more closely, this is what I’m trying to avoid, a second site that apparently does the job. NO.

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SchwartzSound says


Yes they do, and they know.

In the meantime, you can utilize the AJ Radio Bookmarklet to play tracks from directly within the AudioJungle website when browsing on your mobile device, without leaving the dedicated item page, or any other page like an author portfolio or search results.

You can find the Bookmarklet on the AudioJungle Radio Homepage, scroll down and click “Bookmarklet” under the link/embed section.

You can briefly see how the bookmarklet works on the AJ Radio promo video, at about 1:16 in: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbB_u9dfrYM

Adding a bookmarklet on the iPad/iPhone is a bit more of a pain, but only takes a few extra taps and you only have to set it up once. Here’s an instructional video I found on how to add bookmarklets to your iOS device web browser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjZQUup5XNg

Once that’s done, you can easily listen to AJ tracks in your iPad/iPhone directly on the AudioJungle item page. Sure it takes an extra click to activate the bookmarklet once you’re on the page, but it allows you to stay on the dedicated AJ page and is much nicer than dealing with the “triangle arrow” hack. Also lets you play multiple items on a portfolio/search page as a playlist.

Hope this helps!

Thanks, It does not help.

If you read the original message more closely, this is what I’m trying to avoid, a second site that apparently does the job. NO.

It seemed to me you wanted a way to play the tracks on your iPad without leaving the AudioJungle site, directly on the item page. This lets you easily do that, and is currently the only way.

If you wanted to simply complain about the issue, you should have said so. Hopefully some other buyers/visitors will find this post to be of help.

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