Available now in both the US and UK, Shazam Player claims to do everything Apple’s app does and more. Of course, you can use the app to simply listen to your music and to create playlists, although you’ll also have instant access LyricPlay, YouTube video searches and share your ‘currently playing’ statuses to Facebook and Twitter.
What’s more, Shazam Player also allows you to add tracks to ‘Good’ and ‘Bad’ lists – which determines how frequently a song will appear when the player is set to Shuffle mode. For example, tunes flagged as Good will appear more often, whereas Bad songs are ignored by Shuffle altogether.
Andrew Fisher, Shazam CEO said,: This is a momentous occasion for the company as it is the first separate app we’ve introduced since the launch of the Shazam App for iPhone in 2008. With the Shazam Player app we are staying true to our core music fans by enabling them to experience their own music libraries in a more engaging and social way.”
Shazam Player is available to download for free from the App Store now, and is compatible with iOS 4.3 and later.
[Source: Mobile Burn]