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7 Music Apps You Want on Your Apple iPhone

Thanks to the many great music apps available in the Apple App Store, the iPhone is a great iPod in its own right.

Whether you want to listen to the radio or to obscure indie bands, the following iPhone music apps make it all possible. Also check out Top 10 iPhone Applications.

7 Music Apps You Want on Your Apple iPhone

 

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1. TuneIn Radio Music App

With over 40,000 radio stations, TuneIn Radio is the ultimate iPhone radio app. But that’s not all: the app displays the currently playing song, and even more importantly, it lets you pause and rewind a live stream, much like the Radio feature on the iPod does. If you’re looking for a great radio app, look no further than TuneIn Radio.

 

2. Band of the Day

Made for iPhone users who like to discover new bands all the time, Band of the Day recommends a band daily, providing up to 5 songs for you to listen to for free. The great thing about it is that the recommended songs are full-length, not just 30-second samples. You’ll especially like this if you’re into indie, folk, and blues.

 

3. Songza

This app lets you listen to a playlist that reflects your mood, your activity, or the time of the day. You can ‘thumbs up’ or ‘thumbs down’ currently playing songs. Songza is definitely one of the smartest iPhone music apps, and if you like good old Pandora, you’ll probably like it as well.

 

4. Shazam

As a music lover, there’s nothing more frustrating than to hear a song you like and don’t know how it’s called or who sings it. Luckily for music lovers that have an iPhone, there’s a great song identifier called Shazam. It tags songs with remarkable accuracy.

 

5. Nomis

Want to learn when your favorite bands release new records? Then get Nomis, a music release notifier; it will sync to your iTunes playlist, letting you preview songs before buying them. Lightweight and appealing, Nomis is an app you definitely want to try.

 

6. Rhapsody

An on-demand music service supporting online and offline listening, Rhapsody offers about 11 million songs. It does require a monthly subscription of $9.99/month, but if you do buy a lot of music, it won’t seem at all expensive for what it offers.

 

7. iHeartRadio

With more than 800 radio stations from around the United States, iHeartRadio is one of the best radio apps for the iPhone. You can browse radio stations based on location or genre.

 

This post has been provided by courtesy of SaraOutlet, an iPhone accessories e-store that offers products at highly affordable prices. SaraOutlet’s offer includes iPhone accessories for music lovers: speaker systems, earphones, and remotes.

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