There were plenty of devices that launched late last year to offer up Beats Audio Technology, the result of a deal that HTC created in 2011. But, while Beats Audio is a great idea in theory, as it is definitely a feature that stands out amongst the Android crowd, it wasn’t exactly what people thought it was. In fact, the “feature” only worked in the stock music app, and nowhere else. Well, HTC announced that they would be changing that in 2012, and sure enough, the manufacturer has officially released the API to developers interested in it.
The idea is to bring Beats Audio profiles to other parts of the device, so that when you’re listening to music, say, through Google Music, you can experience the altered sound profile. The API is available now through the source link below if you’re interested.