A music player which is accompanied by lyrics to your favourite tracks
by on April 14, 2010
When you fire up this app, you need to register, which is a bit fiddly, but once past that stage it’s easy-to-use and responsive to navigate around.
As you start playing a song, the app can search for lyrics online and even enlarge them to full screen if you so choose. No lyrics? Then add them at www.tunewiki.com – this is where you’ll need to be registered.
The music player also provides some handy added features including the ability to listen to internet radio over 3G using the SHOUTCAST radio network. TuneWiki is definitely an app we’d recommended an unlimited data plan for, as it accesses the web constantly – however, if you haven’t, you can set up the app so it’s a trifle more conservative with its ventures online.
The player itself is powerful, with the ability to shuffle and create playlists as well as repeat songs. Another button searches YouTube for videos of that song and they are played natively in the app.
There’s also Facebook and Twitter integration as well as Top 50 charts so you can discover new tunes. A fully-featured app that’s definitely worth a look if you often look up lyrics.
Buy this app: Download the TuneWiki app now
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