Best Music from Apps Store on iTunes for Apple iPhone

We all know that the Apple iPhone was lacking in music apps, but when the brand new Apps Store on iTunes was released it offered pretty cool apps for all you music fans.

iPhone users will be happy now as there are quite a few music apps that you may like; below we have listed nine of them that Reuters seem to like as well. These music apps are specifically designed for the iPhone that are ready to download now straight from iTunes.

It seems the new App Store has been pretty popular with over 10 million applications being downloaded, some of these apps are free and some you have to pay for. Now check out these nine below, oh and remember there are many more to choose from but these ones seem to stand out.

Getty Images has been making its catalog of celebrity photos available to the public through its Jamd.com Web site. Under the Jamd banner, Getty has created an app to enable iPhone users to browse and buy celebrity photos on the device.


A pioneer in the music ID market, Shazam allows users to learn the title and artist of virtually any song by simply holding up the iPhone’s microphone to a music source. Users can tag songs they like to a saved list of favourites, buy them straight from iTunes, find related music videos on YouTube and send track details to friends. I love this application because many times I have listened to a song and have no clue who it is; well with this app it is simple. After pointing the iPhone at the speaker of where the music is coming from the iPhone will send the info and then return with the songs names, the artist, watch it on YouTube and much more.

The personalized Internet radio service created an app for the iPhone that allows Pandora users to access and stream all their stations, as well as create new ones. It quickly became the third-most-popular free download in the App Store’s first week.

This app lets users stream any AOL or CBS Radio stations via the iPhone’s Wi-Fi connection. CBS stations can also be streamed over the wireless network connection on new models, and the company plans to add wireless-network support for AOL Radio streams soon.

This $9.99 app generated a lot of excitement when demonstrated at a recent Apple conference. Users can create their own music using virtual instruments on the iPhone’s touch screen, such as guitar strings and piano keys. Final tracks can be mixed and saved for later playback.

This is very addictive indeed and must admit I play this myself; it is sort of like Guitar Hero. Players must tap keys or shake the device in one direction or another to the rhythm of the playing song, new songs can be downloaded plus you can enter the free tournament. What I like is that you can register your score online, get tapping people.

The streaming music site offers an app that provides access to the same catalog of full-song streaming as the Web-based version of the service, as well as links to purchase tracks on iTunes via a Wi-Fi connection, the ability to share songs with other Last.fm users and access to artist info like bios, upcoming events, etc.

This music discovery engine lets fans find songs by singing or humming a few bars, saying or typing the name of a song or artist, or playing a recording through the iPhone’s microphone. Once a song is identified, the app allows users to buy it on iTunes, watch the song’s video on YouTube or view an artist’s bio, photos or other related info.

InTuna ($4.99) and GuitarToolkit ($9.99) turn the iPhone into a guitar tuner, using the device’s built-in microphone to recognize chords and notes. GuitarToolkit includes a metronome function.

Source – Reuters

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