Version 4.3.1 was released into the App Store that fixes the degradation in Anytune v4.3.0. Thank you for your patience during our effort to fix this issue.
Anytune 4.3 is now available in the App store for:
A few users have reported Anytune spontaneously crashing after updating to 4.3. We are testing and will provide a fix (4.3.1) as quickly as possible.
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We have not been able to reproduce this in our lab. The crash appears to be triggered by unstable network connectivity. Anytune is being killed by the operating system when it too aggressively tries to reconnect.
If you can identify any actions that produce the crash please share them with us. See Report a problem on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch (iOS) for instructions on sending us a crash report.
Can you help test?
If you are experiencing this issue we hope you can confirm our fix works for you. We are making 4.3.1 available through Apple's TestFlight.
Anytune Pro and Anytune Pro+ are functionally identical. You can test Anytune Pro through TestFlight while keeping Anytune Pro+ unaltered or vice-a-versa.
You will need to install the TestFlight app on your device. You will be able to download the 4.3.1 beta version of Anytune which will replace the live version. It will have an orange dot next to its name that identifies it as a beta. TestFlight will notify you each time a new build is available and provide instructions. You can easily offer feedback.
Once 4.3.1 is released in the App Store you can replace the beta with a normal update from the store. See Testing Apps with TestFlight for all the details.
As always you should backup your data regularly to be safe. See Sharing song data (configs).
Sorry for the trouble and we really appreciate your help solving this problem.