TuneWiki Pro And Free Version Released In App World

By Bla1ze on 29 Jun 2009 06:28 pm EDT
TuneWiki Released!

TuneWiki Pro and Free ad supported versions have been released via BlackBerry App World today. The pro version will set you back $4.95 and does NOT include any ads, but for those who do not want to pay the $4.95 can download the free version can be had as well.

TuneWiki is a media player which scans your music library for content and then allows you to listen to your music using the app, but the real purpose of the application is that it will help you learn the lyrics to your favorite songs as well as since they are displayed across the screen while your music plays. Yes, that's right -- no more making up lyrics for songs anymore. You know you did it, The Rolling Stones Beast of burden will no longer be "everyday a pizza's burnin" ... you will now know the right lyrics.

On top of the lyric integration it also allows you to to share and update what you are listening to with all your Facebook and Twitter friends although, don't blame TuneWiki if you lose some followers for excessively sharing all the bad music you thought no one would ever catch you listening to ;)

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TuneWiki Pro And Free Version Released In App World


I pretty much have to download this right now!
Save me sooo much time Google-ing lyrics, since I am a freak about it and can't hear a new song without looking them up. Especially "meaningful" songs. ;)

Great app. The UI needs a little work but it does the job and I can see it competing as my main music player app.
The holding of the volume up/down button don't forward or go to the previous track though. The standby button does work to pause and play.
One problem: it scanned and picked up my iTunes playlists but says they are all empty. Anyone else have this problem?