TuneWiki music app hits iOS devices

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TuneWiki has made a bit of a name for itself as a leading music app on Android and Symbian phones, and today it tries its luck in the more crowded waters of the Apple App Store for iPhones and iPads.

The app is all about music discovery, and uses location based data and the tastes of nearby TuneWiki users to offer recommendations and track-purchasing links.

Linked to all the major social media networks as well as letting users listen to internet radio stations, TuneWiki lets users stream their own downloaded or locally stored tracks before calling in the SongBox feature. This aggregates your favourite, most played tracks and compares them to like-minded fans around the world before offering you new tunes to listen to. As such, you can quickly find out what the top track in Los Angeles is at the moment, and compare it to what the London hipsters have shuffling on their iPhones.

SongBox also offers TuneWiki users the chance to comment on artists and watch music videos, though its best feature is the chance to grab synchronized lyrics for all your songs, scrolling in time with the music playing and perfect for some bedroom karaoke sessions.

To pick up the free app, click here.

Gerald Lynch
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