A Better Music Player For Your Android Device

The music player that comes pre-installed on Android-powered devices is adequate, but it does lack a few cool features that you could have with just a quick search in the Android Market.  If you’re looking for a music player that is more attractive and feature-rich, TuneWiki is the perfect app for you.  

Let’s start simply with cosmetics.  It’s easier to navigate and more visually compelling than the default player.  Also, if you decide to install the widget, it takes up the same amount of space as four icons, whereas the default player widget takes up eight icons worth of space.

The deal-maker here is the fact that TuneWiki scans each song and retrieves the lyrics from their huge online database, and then scrolls through them as you play your song!  So if you’re into singing along, this app is awesome.  I haven’t noticed any issues in terms of timing when the lyrics are scrolling.  It’s perfect.

This application is also available for other devices, including the Blackberry and iPhone.

Android users can scan the barcode to the right or click here to download TuneWiki.

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3 Responses to A Better Music Player For Your Android Device

  1. rob says:

    If it’s for all the big platforms, why is the title “A Better Music Player For Your Android Device”? A little misleading I think.

    • rob says:

      Didn’t mean for that to sound rude. I do agree that it’s a great app, though.

    • Brad Merrill says:

      I don’t have enough experience with the other platforms to say that TuneWiki is better than their stock music players. I just know what it is in comparison to the Android music player.

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