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Keep your eye on the charts? Predict and win with Musicbet

Keep your eye on the charts? Predict and win with Musicbet

September 2, 2015

If you follow the music charts closely, love great new tunes, and have a knack for picking the next most popular song, try your skills at Musicbet. With Musicbet you can listen to hot hits, get details on the artist or song, bet on the tune’s position in the charts, and win rewards.

Musicbet SongSongs and music videos

After you sign up for Musicbet you will see the top 100 popular songs positioned on the charts. You can then listen and watch the video, add it to your jukebox which is like a playlist, purchase the song from iTunes with a tap, or check out information on the artist.

Musicbet ChartsBetting and winning

Registering with Musicbet gives you 1,000 free notes, which are virtual currency for the app that you use to bet on song positions. You will decide whether the song will move up the charts, spiral down, or stay where it is. You can also choose to bet on its exact position from one to 100.

Musicbet BetEarning more notes to place your bets can be done various ways. Rate the song and artist on a scale of one to 10, recommend friends, watch video ads, or view recommended apps. Each week the top 10 players are chosen and awarded Golden Notes which can be turned in for concert tickets, artist merchandise, downloads, and more.

Here is a preview of Musicbet. Just click here if you cannot view the video:

Good for chart-watchers

Musicbet could be a fun app for people who constantly check the charts and make music predictions. So, if you are good at forecasting where a song will head on the charts then give the app a shot. The interface takes a little getting used to, but there is a decent Help section to explain all of its parts.

Musicbet is universal and available for free on the App Store. There are in-app purchases for additional notes to place your bets and the app is also ad-supported.

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