Look up lyrics and listen to internet radio
by on August 14, 2010
This music player replaces the standard Bada player you get with your handset and adds in extras including the ability to listen to internet radio over 3G using the SHOUTCAST radio network.
You’re also able to directly access and search for YouTube videos. A good data tariff is an absolute must to use TuneWiki – the app accesses the net constantly and the radio will use a good chunk of bandwidth every time you listen.
The player itself enables you to shuffle and create playlists as well as repeat songs. As you start playing a song, the app can search for lyrics online and even play them full screen if you so choose.
No lyrics? Then you are able to add them at www.tunewiki.com – you’ll need to be registered for that. There’s also Facebook and Twitter integration as well as Top 50 charts so you can discover new tunes. It’s not the finest app in terms of looks, but there’s plenty to see (and listen to) here, especially if you’re into looking up lyrics anyway.
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