From a recently updated app that turns out lyrics, we now turn our attention to a recently updated app that turns out music concerts.

Released last March and updated for the Retina iPad nearly a couple of months later, Qello is a universal app that lets you stream music concerts and documentaries.

The app has just been updated again, this time with iPhone 5 and iOS 6 optimization plus a setlist of other improvements.

Several of these improvements are, notably, focused on the app’s social sharing and AirPlay capabilities.

Social sharing in Qello now uses native Facebook integration on iOS 6. Social sharing now also supports text messaging.

As for its enhanced AirPlay support, Qello now continues playback of AirPlay video even when your iDevice is locked or put to sleep mode. As well, AirPlay is uninterrupted even when you open and run other apps on your iDevice.


Other improvements included in the newly updated Qello are:

  • Hundreds of new concerts added to the Qello library.
  • Added a new Top Watched Shows chart.
  • Several interface design enhancements.
  • New Welcome Intro for first time visitors.
  • Many improvements and bug fixes.

The new version of Qello is available now in the App Store for free. This free download lets you preview each show with a single track as well as watch performances in the app’s Qello TV section. If you want to take full advantage of Qello, though, you have to subscribe for an all-access pass for a monthly fee of $4.99.