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| March 3, 2010
Appisode 84: Free Downloads, New Streaming Options For The UK, And A New Spin On Old Music
Comcast 2.0 now gives Comcast cable users DVR functionality right from their iPhone. If you want to rock out with the iTunes Top 100, then TopJam is the way to do it. TopJam has just been released, and lets you find YouTube videos for the top 100 songs downloaded in iTunes. The app is going for $1.99 in the App Store now, but if you are a U.S. iTunes user then you have the chance to win one of 10 free downloads. All you have to do is find the post on AppAdvice.com, and retweet it. Good luck! For all my UK viewers out there We7 hits the App Store to bring streaming music to your iPhone. Here's how it works. you must buy the Premium+ option, which is for UK users only. According to Mashable.com, this will let you stream millions of songs, Ad-free, to your PC and iPhone. Utility ToolBox: Tiger Text All of us can't be Tiger Woods, but now with a TigerText we can at least try - and no, i'm not referring to being a good golfer. TigerText lets you send text messages that don't last forever. Basically, send a text, and set the amount of time you want it to stay for. After the time expires the message will self destruct, or in this case, just disapear. App of the Day: Attic - Music Controller For Forgotten Albums in Your iTunes