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Amazing Music Review
by on February 3, 2013
There’s nothing in this life like free music, and with Amazing Music it seems that you’re offered just that: access to the best of iTunes’ top 20 as well as the top charts from around your phone without having to pay.
It’s very similar to Spotify in a way, as it allows you to stream the music you want to listen to, but also allows you to ‘cache’ them for offline listening. However, with no apparent limits on how long you can have them offline, the notion of ownership is up for debate.
The interface is clean and well laid out – the developer may not speak perfect English, but you can easily work out what goes where without too much hassle. You can create playlists and listen to things as you want to, and while the tracks you cache won’t play in the main music player, you can access them from the volume controls.
There’s a large, large chance that the clear fact this may not be legal means the app will disappear from the charts soon, and you can’t do things like easily download albums all at once. Plus a lot of the interface doesn’t respond to touch, which is irritating for navigation.
In short, it’s free music on the go for those that don’t feel guilty about piracy. We don’t condone such use, so if you want to be safe of course steer clear from apps like this.
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