TuneWiki is an Android music application with special support for song lyrics and great integration into the TuneWiki user community.
Your Android already comes with a built-in music manager, but if you are looking for something a little more interesting, try TuneWiki for size. This little application performs basically the same job - managing and playing the music you have stored on your computer - but it also features extras that make a real difference.
The most important of these extra features is the lyrics finder. TuneWiki will display the lyrics to all the songs it can find them for, highlighting each line as it is sung. You can manually add and sync lyrics if they are not quite right, view them fullscreen, or turn off the feature automatically for songs to which it can't find the words.
TuneWiki is also well integrated into YouTube, for music videos, and a handful of other services, like Last.fm. There is also a good user community, with the app collecting data on the most popular songs and artists and creating playlists and search functions so that you can find new music.
Among other nice touches are an album art finder and sleep timer, so you can doze off while listening to your favorite tunes. Managing your music with TuneWiki is also easy - press and hold the song or album name for a full list of options. At times TuneWiki felt a little rough around the edges, but even so, it adds functionality to your mobile music experience that few music fans will be able to resist.
Maximize your Android music experience with TuneWiki.
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