Apart from all its other features, SongFreaks is the amateur karaoke singer's dream. Since launching earlier this year this music player application for Android and all the usual iDevices has racked up over 20,000 downloads but it's key feature is one all buddy Freddie Mercury impersonators will love. It's Lyric Stream technology streams the lyrics in time with the song you are playing allowing you to follow the lyrics and sing along until your heart is content.
SongFreaks is a personal music player that's defining feature is that it streams lyrics in time with the song being played. It also synchronizes with the user’s music library and provides lyrics in the music player. The key feature of the app is its LyricStream technology that highlights accurate lyrics in time with the song being played thus allowing the listener to easily sing and follow along. All lyrics are fully licensed and come from a massive database that has been personally verified to be authentic. Listeners can also add their own LyricStream to any song that does not have one. The new LyricStream will be added to our app for all its users to see once completed. Thus the app encourages users to help build a community of listeners that bring divergent musical tastes together. The SongFreaks app starts with an easy to use tutorial and of course it is free to download. As well there are sections featuring top songs, albums and track listings, bands, photos and artist biographies as well as a powerful search engine. Users can also add their top songs into a favorite’s category that stores the song’s lyrics and allows them to be viewed anytime, even without internet access.
SongFreaks is a crackingly good music player with benefits. The big benefit is its feature of providing accurate lyrics in time with the song being played. While there are a squillion music players like Tumblr Player and Funi Player reviewed in FeedMyApp there are none, to my knowledge, as useful, cool looking, easy to use and downright fun as SongFreaks. This free music player may not turn up the next Freddie Mercury but it might stop you singing "Scare a moose, scare a moose, will you do my fan Van Gogh?" when Bohemian Rhapsody comes up.