iOS & Android Song Pop app free and premium
One of the most popular and entertaining apps right now is called Song Pop and no doubt many of you are already fans of this completely addictive game. In case you haven’t yet come across it we have details today of the Android and iOS Song Pop app, both paid and premium, and also another app providing a Song Pop walkthrough.
This game involves you pitting your musical knowledge and memory against other players in a bid to ‘name that tune’ or artist against the clock. It involves all different genres of music including more that you can unlock with earned coins. Each game has 5 musical clips and the person who names the most correctly in the shortest time wins. The more you name correctly in a row also significantly bumps up your score. Simply hit on the links to be taken to either the App Store or Google Play to download any of these apps.
The free version, Song Pop Free, can be found at iTunes here or Google Play here. The iOS version is compatible for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad running on iOS 4.0 or later. The Android version is suitable for devices running Android 2.2 or later. Literally thousands of thousands of songs are now available, many of which will bring back memories, and users have 6 playlists to choose from at the beginning and then can add genres such as 60’s, 70’s, TV Themes, Blues, New Wave and many more. Apart from playlists, more artists and special song collections can also be unlocked as you play.
The premium version of Song Pop can be found at iTunes here and it costs $1.99 or at Google Play here. The premium version enables users to play with twice as many friends at once, has longer HD clips and as you might expect contains no ads. If you still want more about SongPop or are already playing the game but want to know some ways of making the best of it then there’s also a Song Pop Walkthrough app for Android. This is a free app from Google Play here and it’s suitable for devices running Android 2.1 or later. The app contains a quick start guide, how to play, explains the terminology and includes tips, hints, images and other information.
We’d like to hear what you think of SongPop. If you decide to play it following this, let us know if you enjoy it? If you’re already addicted to SongPop, what is it about it that you find so pleasurable?