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Yes. There are three of us who use this speaker and we are able to use it with three different iPhones and an iPad. Hope that helps!
Feb 24, 2014 by Jayne M.
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My Grand daughter sticks it up in every room. Shower, back of a music stand, fridge, patio door window just to list a few. Like others have said it should be a smooth surface and moisture is helpful as is on any suction cup.
May 3, 2014 by M. Nicholson
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No it works with anything that has Bluetooth, I use it with my ipod and iphone 4, I think it was a great buy!!
Apr 16, 2014 by Halle
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It appears that after you remove the suction cup, the mounting would receive a hook. If you wish to add a hook to the speaker itself, I would suggest an "S" hook like those used for hanging plants. Some modification to the "S" hook would probably be necessary.
Mar 10, 2014 by A Snook
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As long as your phone is capable of BlueTooth, this speaker will work.
May 2, 2014 by Adoration
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Yes you just have to press and hold the next track button to go volume up and press and hold the previous track button to go volume down.
Feb 12, 2014 by Scott L.
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red Mar 5, 2014
The color is blue.
Mar 6, 2014 by Steven Jans
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I use an android device and yes it works. Basically there's two forms of bluetooth connectivity : phone only and phone and audio. The audio buttons on the speaker interface with the same buttons on android apps (pandora, music player, etc). You can even stream youtube audio or Netflix audio through it.. And the same skip controls work.
Jun 3, 2014 by Jonathan Vrablik
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I only have the pink one myself, but it does not appear that there is any mechanical difference. Prices may vary because of demand, availability, or because they are being carried by different sellers.
May 28, 2014 by Ryann
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Just hold down the power button. It'll beep once, then keeping holding, then it'll do a progressive beep. Then it'll be off. You'll know when the light stops flashing.
May 5, 2014 by Matthew Butch
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