TuneWiki comes to Apple iPhone

Jonathan Morris
July 28, 2011

The TuneWiki app already enjoyed by millions of Android users has now come to iOS, giving Apple users the chance to find, share and buy music, read lyrics and listen to Internet radio.

In its most simple form, TuneWiki can be used as a replacement music player, with the option to scroll lyrics in realtime as the music plays.

More advanced features introduce Internet radio and the ability to see what tracks are hot in various regions of the world, as well as being able to rate and share your own music choices via TuneWiki or your social networking accounts.

When searching for new music, you can opt to watch music videos or buy tracks via the Amazon music store.

The app is available now on the App Store and is a free download.

TuneWiki is now available for iOS, Android, Symbian and BlackBerry OS.


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