Android release and TuneWiki

Posted by | May 16, 2013 | arch-WHAT'S NEW

TuneWiki, the world’s largest lyrics collection, has arrived on Deezer. With synced lyrics to over 20 million tracks, singing along to your favourite songs just got a whole lot easier. What’s more, for the first time via a music subscription service, the app will be available not only on your desktop but on your Android mobile too.

Screenshot Android AppStudio-1

The app arrives following the release of our recharged Android app on Google Play, after a Beta launch in April. With predictive search, a built in mini-player, and a slick interface, Deezer for Android is the perfect home for TuneWiki.

The Android update includes:

– A brand new user interface and design

– “Tracks you love” is now fully available

– Introduction of the Mobile App Studio

– Autocomplete to help you find an artist, album, or song

– Track syncing progress visible in the notification bar

– Improved search results display

– Publishing settings synchronised with the web service

– Player in the Android notification bar (only from OS4)

– Mini player now available on all the pages of the app

 

Download the Deezer Android app from Google Play now.

TuneWiki is available on the Deezer App Store.

This playlist of classics is sure to get you going. Go on, sing your heart out.

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