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Customize Your Music Library and Playlist with Stylish Music+ 2.0

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Arlington, Texas – Independent developer Kesi Maduka today is proud to announce the release and availability of Music+ 2.0, an update to his popular music app for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Music+ is a basic music player app with a wide variety of features that enhance the user’s listening experience.

With a redesigned interface for iOS 7, Music+ strives to incorporate many visually-appealing elements in its viewer. Users can scroll through their songs by viewing the album’s artwork. In the event that a song does not have album artwork designated, users can download artwork from Last FM’s high-resolution images that are available through Music+. There is also a visualizer within the main player interface that allows displays the current song’s output volume. Music+’s interface can be customized with a choice of accent colors. The color chosen is shown throughout the app, highlighting the player, the visualizer and volume control.

Feature Highlights:
* Completely redesigned interface for iOS 7
* Option to crossfade at various time intervals
* Downloader plug-in
* Easy to manage Up Next queue
* Sound visualizer
* Access to over 10,000 internet radio stations (Internet connection required)
* Automatic lyric finder
* Ability to trim songs
* Equalizer to set bass, treble, and mid ranges
* Grid view of album art
* Find and download album artwork within app
* Ability to customize music player with a range of colors and accents
* Share with others via Twitter

A major feature of Music+ is its ability to sync with the user’s current music library and import downloads and playlists. Users can edit the song info directly into the app without modifying it anywhere else on the iDevice. The Downloader feature allows users to specify a URL where they can browse and download audio. There is also an audio searcher that pulls audio links and allows users to search through and download songs quickly and easily. With an internet connection, Music+ provides access to over 10,000 local and internet radio for constant streaming.

Music+ also provides options to users when listening to their music. To change the order in which songs play, users can manage their Up Next queue by swiping the song and placing it in the desired order. There is also a Crossfade setting to provide seamless listening between songs. In Settings, users can set the crossfade, its duration, and when the crossfade will take place. Crossfade time intervals range from 5 seconds to 45 seconds.

One of the new features in Version 2.0 is the addition of an Equalizer. Users can now modify the bass, treble, and mid range of a song. There is also the ability to save Equalizer settings as a preset list that the user can apply to any song in their imported library.

In addition to the new Equalizer, Version 2.0 has made significant improvements to provide users with more autonomy. Music+ now allows users to trim songs, automatically find lyrics, and manually reload their music library. There is also a better color selection utility and added documentation to support users.

“I intended for Music+ to enhance how users interact with their audio content,” says Kesi Maduka, developer of Music+. “Music+ was created to stand out with its dynamic design and customizable visual display. With its host of features, Music+ makes it easy and fun to control how you listen to your music.”

Device Requirements:
* iOS 6.1 or later
* iPhone and iPod touch
* 18.7 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Music+ 2.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Music category.

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Located in Arlington, Texas, Kesi Maduka is an independent developer whose focus is on the iOS platform. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Kesi Maduka dba: Storm Edge Apps. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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Deezer lifts music streaming cap; Galaxy S5 users get premium access

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Taking its cue from competitors like Spotify and Rdio, startup company Deezer has made its music streaming services available for free to everyone, regardless of subscription plan.

The lifting of restrictions comes after nearly three years of imposing a listening limit for free users. Before, users were allowed up to only 10 hours of free access. Now, Deezer users can listen to and stream music without limit, but this privilege comes at a price: you will be hearing audio ads from time to time.

Six-month premium trial period

The company also partnered with Samsung Europe to provide 6 months of premium Deezer access for free to new owners of the Samsung Galaxy S5.

Deezer is also offering a 15-day trial to let you experience the full features of the service. Once you setup a new Deezer account on your Android device, you also instantly activate your 15-day free Premium+ access to Deezer, which grants you ad-free access both on your mobile devices and on the Web.

Ads will begin appearing only after the trial period, unless you opt to continue your Premium+ subscription for a monthly fee of EUR 9.99 (about US.88).

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Added features

In addition to unlimited access for everyone, Deezer also announced new “smart” features generally meant to personalize the user’s music experience across devices. One such feature is Flow, which takes a look at your music library and your past streams, and, based on those, suggests music for you to try next.

Another “smart” feature is Playlist Radio, which lets you get help from Deezer Editors in creating playlists. Another feature is Artist Radio, which lets you listen smartly and without limits to music from your artist of choice.

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Other updates to Deezer include improved advanced search, new music genres, and music discovery/exploration based on geographic region.

The company also launched the beta version of Deezer for Mac, which enables Mac users to merge their music with their Deezer libaries, thus allowing the music to be accessible on mobile devices, tablets, and desktops.

Do you use Deezer? Do you think that it has enough potential to sit beside — or even lord it over — other music streaming titans like Spotify?









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Free Music Pro Download app: A Full-Featured Music and Video Downloader

Los Angeles, California – First Place on Music Category on USA and UK, the full-featured Free Music Pro Download is a powerful and simple-to-use app. Search, discover and download music to all of your devices. Go anywhere. Listen everywhere. Get the Premium Free Music Pro Download app plus up to 10,000 songs and with this Premium version, you’ll have unlimited songs to bring along the way. There’s no limit to what you can do in this app. Search, discover and download music to all of your devices.

Independent developer, AppFunGames is pleased to announce the release of Free Music Pro Download 1.0 for iOS. Got a passion for Music? Enjoy your favorite music with Free Music Pro Download app. Free Music Pro Download “New Concept, Unique Emotion” lets the user discover more music, lets one play the music and artists they love and listen. Includes simple download, just tap and hold “play” and enjoy one’s videos and music, bookmarks, great preloaded list, easily add new sites or pages and more.

First Place on Music Category on USA and UK, the full-featured Free Music Pro Download is a powerful and simple-to-use file downloader, download manager, file manager and player. This app is full-featured. Download thousands of free and legal music files right into your iPhone, and iPod; easy steps to download and play free and legal music in the app’s Safari built-in browser. Users are very satisfied with app and have good reviews. A customer review have said, “thank you for this awesome and very cool app, worth it ! 5 stars on 5 ! Over-rated app ! Thanks!

“I had the desire to create the Free Music Pro Download mobile app from the music that I had always loved. This app lets users discover more music and play a lot of songs with beautiful playlist, music-filled world. This makes such a fascinating, fun, and immersive environment” said Juan Diego. “Hopefully it can help to guide and lead in a fascinated music era.”

Search the music and artists one loves and listen to, such as music, videos, ringtones, lyrics, and audio books files. Search the music and artists one loves and listens. It includes the new iOS 7 and iOS 6 ready skins; very stylish.

The main features include simple download. Just tap and hold “play” and enjoy your videos and music, bookmarks, great preloaded list, bookmarks, easily add new sites or pages, multiple concurrent downloads, can transfer all music into your PC or MAC and into your iTunes library, or send to your friends. One can add music into the app from their PC or MAC, full-featured music or video player, and auto rename files.

It is optional to save and edit the file name of the artist or song, play in background and lock screen and play during file download. One can also transfer or sync all the files into your PC or MAC and into ytheir iTunes library, or send/email to their friends. Plus, the user can add music, videos or ringtones, lyrics, audio books files into the app from your PC or MAC. The app offers newly improved playlists, iPod-like playlists, equalizer and media player, organize, sort and edit library by artist, album, title, and folder, playback of mp3, wav, m4a, and mp4 formats and Wi-Fi and USB transfer.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* Optimized for iPhone 5
* 6.8 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Free Music Pro Download 1.0 is only .99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Music category. We would love to hear from you.

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Located in Los Angeles, California, Indie developer AppFunGames creates apps for the iOS platform. Copyright (C) 2014 AppFunGames. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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Songza will soon play music based on weather changes

Songza recently updated their service to provide a very unique take on suggested music. Users can now opt to let Songza offer up music based on weather, using The Weather Channel as their back-end solution. Already good at suggesting the right music for an occasion, Songza just got a lot better.


Rather than just offer up music based on the weather as a standard, Songza will do what it always does — ask you to give it direction. Songza tells you generic info about the weather (raining, thunderstorm, bright and sunny…), then asks what you’d like to hear in that circumstance. From there, Songza knows you are only happy when it rains, or that you’re in need of a pick-me-up when it’s dreary out.

Songza is unique in that it forgoes standard algorithmic suggestions, instead opting to let you guide the tempo. In simpler terms, you are the one creating your own algorithm, and it’s personalized to you. Among streaming music providers, Songza is easily the more customizable of the flock.

The update is rolling out incrementally, so be on the lookout for it. We like Songza for its take on bringing us what we want, when we want it. It takes a bit more work than other apps, but once you get it trained to do as you like, it’s well worth it. The Play Store listing hasn’t yet been updated to reflect the change, but Songza has made it official.

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Google Play Music adds the ability to upload songs directly from your browser

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One of the great things about Google Play Music is the ability to upload your existing music collection for easy access from the cloud. Unfortunately, getting your music library uploaded from your PC to the web can actually be a bit of a chore since you first need to download the Music Manager app in order to do it.

What if there was an easier web-based drag-and-drop solution? Thankfully, there is. The Google Play team officially announced on their G+ page that they have added a new way to upload music via the Chrome browser. The feature is currently found in the labs section of Play Music, meaning that it is still an experimental offering.

After you enable the labs feature, you simply drag your files over to an open Google Music tab and it will prompt you to download a special Chrome app that makes the magic happen. In addition to dragging over files manually, you can also set Google Play Music to automatically upload music as you add it to specific files on your PC, such as the “Music” folder.

As if this wasn’t enough, the experimental lab feature even brings a nifty little mini-player app that shows up in the Chrome apps launcher. The mini-player makes it easy to skip, pause and go forward or backward through your entire music library.

For Chromebook owners that previously had no other option for uploading to Play Music, the new lab feature is a very welcome addition. For everyone else? It’s certainly an easy-to-use alternative to the Music Manager desktop app.


    








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Not sure what music to listen to, just ask Google Now on Android to “play some music”

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Google is well known for its shenanigans and easter eggs when it comes to search, just try a Google search for “askew” to see them in action. So when Google Now on Android gets a cool new voice activated feature, I wonder if it is an easter egg or a full blown feature. This time around, try following up “Okay, Google” with “play some music” and you’ll get an “I’m feeling lucky” radio station fired up in the Google Play Music app.

The “I’m feeling lucky” radio station pertains to All Access users, but don’t worry if you do not subscribe to All Access, it will instead fire up an “I’m feeling lucky” instant mix out of your music. Assuming you’ve taken the time to upload your tunes to Google’s Play Music cloud storage, and have the latest Google Play Music app installed, of course.

To take advantage of this cool feature, in addition to the Play Music app, you’ll need to be running Android 4.1 or higher and have the latest Google Search app installed. If you do not know what I’m talking about, simply swipe up from the Home button on your device, if the Google Now search tool pops up, you are on the right track.

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Google is promoting this functionality as an easy way to find and experience new music. All Access subscribers benefit the most as they get to experience new music from Google’s entire library. But it also works great for non-subscribers that have uploaded a large personal library. With the 20,000 song limit, many have more music in their library than can typically recall. “I’m feeling lucky” helps you re-experience your own library, often throwing in an artist or song that you have not heard in a while.

What has been your experience with Play Music’s “I’m feeling lucky” radio station or instant mix – have you found a new favorite song/artist, or do you find yourself wondering what went wrong and returning to your trusty old playlists?


    








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Play Movies and Music get major global extension – is your country included?

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Google has expanded their service area for Play Movies, Play Music and All Access. Over three dozen new countries around the globe now have access to Google Play Movies, bringing the total to well over 60. Four new countries gain access to Google Play Music, including the All Access subscription service, bringing the music to a total of 25 lucky countries.

Google Play Movies has seen a relatively slow global expansion since its launch in 2012. Acquiring the appropriate licensing and approvals for each country can be an arduous task, which makes this mass rollout to countries all around the globe as impressive as it is exciting for all those that now get access to the service. In listing the countries that now have access, I almost feel like I am announcing the winners of a large raffle – drum roll please, and the winners are:

Aruba, Benin, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cape Verde, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Finland, Gabon, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Ivory Coast, Luxembourg, Mali, Mauritius, Namibia, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Niger, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Rwanda, Senegal, Sweden, Togo, Uruguay, Venezuela and Zambia.

Congratulations, show your tickets at the front to claim your prize. Seriously though, checkout the Google Play store online and the app on your Android device to start watching Movies and TV shows available in your area.

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Google Play Music is only rolling out to four new countries, Greece, Norway, Slovakia and Sweden. Users gain access to both the 20,000 song cloud storage and streaming service, plus the All Access radio service. All Access charges a monthly fee to listen to unlimited music from the Play Music library, but look out for a 30 day or 60 day free trial to get things started.

Get started with Google Play Music and All Access through the Play Store online and on the app on your Android device. You’ll need some time to upload your music collection to the Play Music servers before you can start listening to your own music, but once it is uploaded, you’ll be able to access it from up to 10 different devices, including your computer, smartphone or tablet.

Google has not announced if the services are ready now, or if they will take time to roll out to all users. If you are in one of the listed countries, let us know if you have access to Google Play Movies and Google Play Music already?


    








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HMV bringing their digital music download app to BlackBerry 10

 HMV bringing their digital music download app to BlackBerry 10

A couple of weeks ago HMV hit up our Twitter account teasing the fact they had something in the works for BlackBerry 10 customers. Since then, we’ve been wondering what they had planned but figured it was something most certainly music based. Taking to their Twitter account once again, HMV has confirmed our suspicions and have now shown off their digital music download app for BlackBerry 10.

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Google Play Music update brings direct device management and offline radio

Google has started rolling out an update to its Android music app that contains quite the loot bag of improvements and new features. Highlighted in this release is a way to manage your devices directly from the app itself as well as caching radio stations for offline listening.

Google’s Play Music service lets you keep your music on the cloud and sync between devices. However, it is limited to 10 devices, a number which some users might never reach in a few years. Still, when the need arises for users to take off a few from that list, they were previously forced to do so via the web interface. Not anymore, as they can now directly do so straight from the app itself via the My Devices settings. Not an earth-shattering change but is a welcome convenience nonetheless.

Users will now have the option to kepp a radio station on the device, for playing later even without an Internet connection. This new option can be found in a radio’s context menu but isn’t available for the I’m feeling lucky station. At the moment, the exact extent and limits of this offline caching is still unknown.

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There is also a wide variety of other changes that can be found in this release. These range from bug fixes to new options like refreshing music from Google Play or the ability to queue a song or album without interrupting the current playlist via a Play next option. Other are just interface embellishments, like a floating Playing From information bar and a new location for the Cast button. The Google Play Music update should be going out users but, as always the case with staggered rollouts, it will take some time to hit everyone everywhere.

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EDKeyz – Brand new Electronic Dance Music Keyboard Synthesizer App

Sheffield, United Kingdom – Electronic dance music fans. producers and keyboard enthusiasts, can now perform cutting edge electronic synthesizer sounds on their tablets and smart phone devices. The bass heavy sounds range from, dubstep growls to drum and bass reeces and warping wobble basses. A collection of classic dance orientated lead and pad sounds are all included.

The keyboard provides rapid on the fly octave shifting with octave up and down buttons and a pitch-bending wheel. It also features adsr volume envelope adjusters, to alter the attack, decay, sustain and release of the synth.

EDKeyz features sixteen diverse professional electronic synth sounds. Eight sounds are fully unlocked in the free download version and a further eight additional sounds can be unlocked fully with the in app purchase function. The future updates will include more sounds and additional features.

Features:
* Studio quality samples, created by professional producers
* 1 octave keyboard (13 keys) with pitch bending spanning 5 octaves
* 16 different synthesizers
* Volume envelope adjustment

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* This app is optimized for iPhone 5
* 15.1 MB

Pricing and Availability:
EDKeyz – Dance Music Synth 1.0 is Free to download and is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Music category.

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Located in Sheffield, United Kingdom, Fresh Touch Media is an app development, graphic and sound design team founded in 2011. Our aim is to create innovative and fun apps bringing life and creativity to music production and video games. Copyright (C) 2014 Fresh Touch Media. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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