With the demise of the friendly local record bar seemingly getting closer and closer it's not quite as easy as it used to be to discover more music that you might find interesting - whether it be new or old. It could be that there is an album or two that you missed out on by your favorite artist or maybe there's a new album about to be released by them. Beathound is a free new release music application that analyzes your iTunes library, tells you what you might be missing in your collection and sends you emails when any of your faves bring out something new.
Beathound analyzes your iTunes library to find music you should be listening to and aren't. All you have to do is to upload your iTunes library and Beathound will email you when an artist you like has new music for you to listen to or when it has recommendations on artists for you to check out. Keeping track of your music is never an easy task when you have a lot of it and Beathound is a simple way to breathe new life into your music world. Lets face it, you don't have the benefit of that guy down at the record bar who knows what you like anymore and trying to find stuff you like on the radio is getting harder and harder. So, when an app like Beathound comes along that looks as cool as it does and automatically fills in some of the gaps in your collection then its worth taking note of. To start, you just need to upload your iTunes details to Beathound and , after a few minutes of analysis, it will serve you up a list of the artist's albums you're missing in your collection. Once its done with that, you will be emailed recommendations each week with new releases suggested directly for you.
If you are a true music lover this app will probably be one you would want to investigate. We all know that the avid fan wants their music collection to be up to date and want to know which albums are they missing from their favorite artists not to mention which other upcoming albums would they be interested in. If you manage your music through the iTunes media player then this very user-friendly app can be (almost) the equivalent of the guy at the record bar and help you to fill in the gaps in your collection.