July 14, 2009
Thanks to iPhone OS 3.0's ability to access the iPod framework, the uber-popular jailbroken iPhone music app TuneWiki has finally made its way into the App Store, and the best part is, it's free! TuneWiki is a full-featured music-related app that's main selling point is its ability to display nearly any song's lyrics. It doesn't just display the lyrics, however, it also intelligently follows along as the song plays. Lyrics can be translated to over 4o different languages as well. The fun doesn't stop there. TuneWiki also has loads of other features, including the ability to listen to radio stations via Shoutcast, display radio lyrics, purchase the songs you are listening to, search for music videos, real-time top 50 charts, skins, and more. It even has a few social networking features, like interactive music maps and the ability to share the music you’re listening to on Facebook and Twitter. TuneWiki is now available in the App Store for free, and it's free because it is ad-supported. This one is definitely worth a try for any looking for a great lyrics app. We are going to keep the focus on music with a chance to win a free download code for Jukebox. To win a download code for Jukebox, simply leave a relevant comment about this post or about Jukebox itself. The winner will be chosen randomly at the end of the day today (end of the day means 11:59 PM ET). Download codes are only redeemable through US iTunes accounts. Please remember to include your correct email address so we can contact the winner.