Unfortunately, this guide will not help end your addiction to Jetpack Joyride. At this point, we're all beyond help, I'm sure. So, since we can't quit this addiction, we might as well figure out how to become better players.
1. Go Footloose and Ban Music
I know this seems nuts and perhaps a little crazy, and apologies to composers around the world, but as good as your soundtracks are, they usually get in the way of serious gameplay.
Many games, Jetpack Joyride included, often use sound cues to alert players to various things that are happening or about to happen. In Jetpack Joyride, audio alerts you to incoming laser fields and tokens. If the music is blaring, you may not hear these subtle cues. Hence, kill the music. I know, it sucks, but you'll find you'll score much better without the tunes. Plus, music adds a virtual layer of panic that you don't really need. The game is stressful enough!