This article covers some of the best audio apps for iPhone that you can use to either listen to or create some music. The mix of apps is fairly varied, from an app that helps teach you how to play the guitar, to the MTV app that lets you listen to their music and watch their TV shows. There are also some that have libraries of music that you may wish to listen to. Some of the apps mentioned are free and some will cost you a bit of money, but the prices change so often that is seem pointless putting any prices on here (since they will be out of date by the time you read this article.
Best Audio Apps for iPhone
Tuner Internet Radio
Mildly expensive for what it is, but must be worth it since this application is the most successful music app to date. Hundreds of musical styles are listed, and you can create your own bookmark to listen to your favorite online radio at the click of a button.
This is the iPhone app that lets you use the music streaming service Spotify on your mobile phone. The application itself is free, but you must subscribe to Spotify company (via the Internet) to be able to use it. You may take advantage of their search engine, and listen to any title in their huge collection.
The fact that you may install with the iPhone allows you to multi-task, meaning that you can listen background music with this application whilst you are doing other things. If you do decide to subscribe then you can find all of your personalized playlists on your iPhone too.
This is an audio app that has been popularized by Apple advertising. If you’re listening to music on TV or radio and you do not know the singer, or band, the Shazam app allows you to find the title.
All you need to do is launch the application and hold it close the speakers. In a few seconds, Shazam gives you the title to the song. It is impressively fast and once the search is complete you may buy the song from the iTunes Store.
Rock en Seine Festival app
The Rock en Seine festival is probably the first music festival to have an iPhone application. Via the menu you will find the festival program with all the groups, their biographies, photos, videos, and lots of practical information to organize your stay.
This is an application for guitarists, but it is not affiliated to any brand. It is not a toolkit application, but rather a virtual guitar directly playable on your iPhone. Four boxes appear on the screen so that you can, with a little dexterity, align some chords and create a guitar tune. You can select a classical guitar, electric guitar, or even a folk guitar. You may also play with some of the effects such as sound distortions and delays. This will help you to make your music sound a little more original.
This is the official app of the music channel MTV, though they do not only give you music. You may also watch their TV shows. The app allows you to watch different channels within the MTV group, such as MTV, MTV Base, MTV Pulse, and MTV Idol.
The quality of the image is adjustable just in case your wifi is not limitless. The HD situation is also no problem as the app will adjust the picture to a lower resolution so that you may play the TV shows.
It allows you to play the daft punk song Harder, Better Faster, Stronger by putting the words on your numeric keyboard. So you may then mix up the song. For example if you were to press 12345 you would hear the song playing normally.
If you pressed 34215 the song would be sung in a different order. The app is for entertainment purposes only, since there is no real use for it. It is probably for all fans of the band of for people who are on a rough date, and to make themselves smile as the other person ambles off to the bathroom.
Gibson is a brand of guitar, and this app allows you to play videos on how to play the guitar. It gives you a chord library, some guitar music and a metronome.
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