Saurik Releases Cyueue Tweak For Queuing Songs on Your iPhone

Posted March 15, 2013 at 4:34pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 9496 views

Saurik has released Cyueue, a new tweak that modifies the Music application on your iOS device to let you queue songs for playback.

This functionality has been embedded into the Apple Music application itself: when you press a song (while already playing another song), you get a menu:

Play Now — interrupt what you are playing, and play the item right now

Play Next — put the item right after the current one on your upcoming queue

Play Last — put the item at the end of your upcoming queue (after others)

After your upcoming queue is done playing, you will be returned to the songlist you were previously playing. The upcoming queue is exposed as a normal iPod playlist called Cyueue. This playlist is reset each time you start a new play session with Cyueue.

You can purchase Cyueue from the Cydia Store for $2.49.

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JuergenWest - March 18, 2013 at 3:53pm
Been waiting for the ability to queue songs for sometime. The feature was recently added to iTunes and now Saurik has brought it to the device's music app as well. We can finally live out our dreams as "DJ iPod" anywhere from chilling on the couch to hijacking a friends party. At last, the iPod (on the iPhone) is complete! Thank you Saurik!
This is retarded. - March 15, 2013 at 7:23pm
Isn't that what making playslists is for? You can do that already on any idevice. This app is pointless.
MaltedMilk - March 16, 2013 at 12:26pm
god you're dumb. you suddenly feel like listening to a bit of clapton (though i doubt you listen to actual music) in the middle of a funky jam, but you don't want the canned heat to leave your heels just yet. queue the clapton song. job done. with the playlist method you would have to manually start the playlist after your current song ends, rendering ye olde playlist pointless. a simple feature apple could have so easily have added to iOS if they weren't busy trying to suck every last drop of cash from the pockets of crazed fandom.
Brian - March 15, 2013 at 5:32pm
Shouldn't Apple have added this like 5 years ago?
Milkman - March 17, 2013 at 5:42am
That wouldn't work well with their milking process. They will only feed you what they want you to have when they feel the time is right.
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