Music Player apps

Skrillex to the left...Beyonce to the right. Now you can play them both at the same time.

You see it every day with school kids on the bus or train on the way to or from school. There will always be a couple of best friends with an earphone from the same device plugged into their ear listening to music. You've got to hope that they both like the same kind of music. But what if one of them is into the abrasive sounds of someone like Skrillex and the other likes the smoother sounds of Beyonce? How do you get around that? One song each, maybe? Well now this new music sharing application called splitr has come along for iOS that provides a way for both parties to listen to what ...  More

splitr May 8th 2013

What if someone had offered free Facebook shares way back then?

If somebody had asked you to get involved with an online social network called Facebook all those years ago do you think you would have taken it any further? If you did, of course, you would probably be sitting pretty right now. So if a new social network was about to start up that has something new to offer and offered you the chance to get involved during the pre-organizational stage, would you be interested? You'd be crazy not to look at it. GlobAllShare claims to be the future of social networking. It also offers the chance for early subscribers who contribute to its growth to benefit ...  More

GlobAllShare: Social Network of the future Apr 30th 2013

Watch amazing live gigs from the comfort of your own device

I used to work for a concert promoter a few years back and I remember talking to him in his car one night about a Clash tour he was promoting. He was damned worried that $13 per ticket was going to prove too costly and no one would buy tickets at that price. Gee, how things have changed. Back in those days you could generally but a ticket on the night and have change to pick up a tshirt too. These days, however, you have to mortgage the house six months ahead to be sure of getting a ticket. So, as a consequence, we all miss out on watching some of our favorite music artists live. EVNTLIVE ...  More

EVNTLIVE Apr 14th 2013

The ultimate record collector's online toy

There used to be truckloads of true music fans a few years ago but sadly, with the demise of the record stores, those passionate individuals have disappeared into their bedrooms. But occasionally they resurface and pop up online and give us the benefit of their vast musical knowledge and encourage others. MyRecordList is the result of that fine obsession. Its really the ultimate music app that is perfect for the true record collecting nerd and is a place where you can list your complete music collection - no matter which format - and interact with similar minded music mad fans the world ...  More

MyRecordList Apr 2nd 2013

If only Brian Wilson had this music app when he created Pet Sounds

I've listened to a lot of music in my lifetime and I think I can pick a bum note as well as anyone but, by no stretch of the imagination, could I be regarded as an expert on the more technical side of music. So when I came across this new music learning application, it took me quite a while to realize what it actually does. When it comes right down to it, Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro is an app for everyone connected with learning, playing and teaching music to help them in analyzing and composing harmonic progressions easily - no matter what key you are in. In other words, it cuts out the bum ...  More

Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro Mar 29th 2013

Create groovy pics and wallpaper for your iOS

Finger Flair is one of those apps that serve little purpose other than for pure unadulterated fun. This bizarre but artistic mix of music, art and science is a trippy little animation app for iOS that lets you control all the visuals that you put on the screen with just your fingers. You create a bunch of very cool animations and turn it into wallpaper at the touch of a finger or two. Not only that but, as a truly mind blowing experience, you can add some of your own groovy music to play along with it.   Finger Flair combines music, art and science in one relaxing experience and lets ...  More

Finger Flair Mar 3rd 2013

More fun than a box full of Karaoke machines

Jukeboxer is an hilarious interactive music app that will have you in stitches. With a name like Jukeboxer, you might be fooled into thinking this is yet another basic music player. However, this is an app that isn't just about listening to music. It encourages the listener to participate and record their version of a song and share it with the world. Don't worry too much if you don't have a great voice or are on the shy side because the app features a neat little Voice Filter to make it sound great.   Jukeboxer is a free iPhone app that is part game and part musical challenge. It is ...  More

Jukeboxer Feb 14th 2013

Social recommendations from fellow users

It's often said that critics are simply failed performers who got out of the bed the wrong way before they saw the film, played the game or visited the restaurant but that's not really fair. There are some great reviewers around these days with a pure passion for the things they love - but they are getting few and far between. Personally, I have a rule that I never review anything that I don't like, whether it is an app, a movie or a piece of music. But, with everybody seemingly having an opinion about everything these days, it seems the most reliable form of reviewing might well be by ...  More

Kwixer Jan 7th 2013

Put free and legal music on your iDevice

The last couple of years have seen sales of iPhone and iPad go through the roof and now every man and his dog seems to have a tablet under their arm or an iDevice of one sort or another in their pocket. While many of us are avid music fans and have copious amounts of music to sync at home, many out there have music players on their devices that don't get used because they can't be bothered. They think downloading is too complicated. Well, especially for those people there is a new music application called Free Music Download Pro Plus available now. This iOS device is a music player that ...  More

Free Music Download Pro Plus Dec 30th 2012

It's Idol and The Voice...internet style

There used to be a covers band based in London a few years ago called Gabba who featured a hugely tall singer and performed Abba songs in the style of The Ramones - ie fast! I was always convinced that it would turn into a music genre that would take hold. Imagine doing all the Bob Dylan songs in the style of Bob Marley or maybe Kanye West songs in the style of Taylor Swift (can't wait for that one.) Sadly it didn't really take off but the fate of the cover version was taken up by shows like Glee, American Idol and The Voice and we all know how popular those shows have become. The Covr is ...  More

TheCovr Dec 18th 2012

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