change the scoring system
I wish you would change the score system to give you a multiplier for each song guessed right not a multiplier increasing on each round you get right.
I.E. If i answer the first song right in 1s time I get 1000 points. If i answer the second song correct in 1s time I get 1000 points plus x2 bonus on first and second songs so total score 4000 points. Song 1 = 1000 x 2 + song 2 1000 x 2 = 4000
You should only give multipliers for correct songs in a row.
I.E. Use the first example first 2 songs correct in 1s 4000 points awarded. Song 3 you get wrong but 4 and 5 you get both right 1s each so would 1000 per song x 2 songs in a row right so would be 4000 points so total score would be 8000 points for the round.
In this way it will closer scoring instead of someone just following your answers then guessing the last song faster and winning. That way when I answer all the songs faster than my opponent the bonus will matter on the song not just the last one.

The system above would not fix the problem I just witnessed. In fact, I do not see the logic of a multiplier for consecutive songs guessed correctly. If I get four of five correct, why should it matter if the one I missed was the first, third, or last song of the five?
I just played a game in which I got the first song in under 2 seconds. My opponent got it wrong. We both got the second question, but I got it faster. I missed the third question, and my opponent got it right, but her response took over 2 seconds. We both got the fourth and fifth correct, but I was faster on both. So, we both answered correctly on four of the questions, and I was faster on all. However, because her wrong answer was on the first song, and she got four in a row, whereas I got two consecutive, missed one, then got two consecutive, so I didn't get the 3inarow multiplier, so I lost.
Considering that there is no increasing level of difficulty, or any other meaningful correlation from one question to the next, the multiplier rule makes no sense. Four correct answers in under six seconds total should result in a higher score than four correct answers in about nine seconds total.

I agree with Scott. I just lost a game in which I got 4 answers right and my opponent got 3, but because she had the first 3 right and I made a mistake on the 3rd, I didn't get a 3 in a row bonus, so I lost. WTF! Look at the attached image.
And yes, my mistake was a really stupid one, but all the same... you shouldn't lose with 4 to 3 correct answers, you just shouldn't. 
The scoring was fine. This is more messed up now. Getting 34 in a row now doesn't mean a thing. All it does is encourage people to guess wildly on categories they don't know in .3 seconds. They need to bring the consecutive bonuses back and the original point system. You can lose by getting 3 in a row at 2 seconds to someone that guesses 2 nonconsecutive wild guesses in .3 seconds. It isn't fair. 
Thought scoring had got better until me and opponent both got 5 out of 5  overall I was a full 3 seconds faster yet LOST by 2000 points!! How is that fair? He took 11 seconds 2 answer the first 2 songs 2 my 7 and only got the last 2 songs faster than me yet he won! Have now deleted app from phone and from Facebook and refuse to play such an unbalanced and unfair game.
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