MP3jam is a music app that converts YouTube videos to MP3s. You can either stream the audio directly from YouTube music videos or download to create your own free and legal MP3 files. As well as a search facility for finding songs, artists, and albums, the MP3jam app also has a built-in music player, multi-threaded download support, and social media sharing via Facebook and Twitter.
SuperSync Review - Looking for a way to easily sync your iTunes library between computers? Do you need a tool to copy music from your iPod to your computer? If you're searching for a software tool to organize your iTunes music library, then be sure to read this SuperSync Review. Even if you have multiple iTunes libraries on several computers, SuperSync enables you to keep your music library synchronized wherever you are.
The Rhapsody SongMatch app for Android is a music ID tool for identifying unknown songs. It does this by using the microphone on your Android phone (or other device) to analyze what is playing. It's free to download and you don't need a Rhapsody music service account. But, how does Rhapsody's SongMatch app compare to other music ID apps on the market such as Shazam and SoundHound? Read this SongMatch review to see how it fairs.
If you're a pro DJ looking for a full-featured mixing app for the iPad, or want to start DJing using the iPad and your iTunes library, then CrossDJ could just be the app for you. Boasting a full set of features such as: 2 channel mixer, 3 band EQs, loops, BPM analysis, keylocking, real-time effects, beatgridding, and more, could this be the best DJ app on the iPad? For a full look, be sure to read our Cross DJ iPad app review.
A Yahoo Music Unlimited review which delves into the inner workings of Yahoo’s on-demand digital music service. Find out what its strengths and weaknesses are and how it compares with other digital music services on the Internet.
If you're looking for free iphone apps to discover new music, then Quze is worth a look. This app which is also compatible with the iPad and iPod Touch uses several online resources to find music, videos, and even images. Quze also has good social networking support for sharing your discoveries and seeing what others have found. For a full look at what this free iPhone app has to offer, read the full review of Quze.
Freemake Music Box is a standalone software application that searches the Internet for free and legal music. The songs you find are streamed to your computer rather than downloaded, and playlists can also be created in order to compile your cloud music library. Freemake Music Box also sports a built-in player so you can comfortably control the playback of songs. For more information, read this full review of Freemake Music Box.
Are you thinking of using the iTunes Store to buy and download songs and video for your iPhone,iPod, iPad, or other type of MP3 portable? This impartial iTunes Store review will help you decide if it meets your media download needs.
Are you looking for DJ software that does harmonic mixing? Mixed In Key which is used by top DJ's around the world analyzes your tracks to identify the music key they are in. Rather than just beat matching, mixing tracks harmonically is an essential technique to make your music production sound more professional. Whether you want smooth crossfading in iTunes or use a professional audio production software, read our Mixed In Key review to see if it's a tool you should use.
If you're looking for a portable MIDI keyboard that's small enough to fit in your backpack or bag, then the iRig KEYS could be the perfect choice. This MIDI controller has 37 velocity-sensitive keys and can be used with iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) or PC / MAC. If you like creating digital music on the move, then find out how well this MIDI keyboard performs in our iRig KEYS full review.
MyMusic is a unique online service where you can view interactive music magazines, or create your own customized ones. While surfing the Web, you can use MyMusic's browser Pin It tool to collect just about any type of media (including music streams) that you find and add it to one of your personal music magazines. In this MyMusic review, we find out just what you can do with this unique service, and if there's enough scope to compile that ultimate music magazine that you've always wanted to do!
Rhapsody is a subscription based digital music service that you can use to stream music just about anywhere. You can also use it as a music download service (like iTunes) too by purchasing songs in the MP3 format. However, the big question is, "Has it got the features to entice you to subscribe?" Find out more in this full Rhapsody review.
In this headphones review we take a look at the Philips CitiScape Uptown SHL5905 headset that tries to bridge the gap between standard and pro headphones while providing style and design inspired by several unique cities throughout the world. With high precision audio, MusicSeal technology, and built-in volume and microphone controls (for your smartphone), are these the headphones you've been looking for to fully enjoy your digital music collection.
The Underground SHE5105 in-ear headphones are part of the CitiScape collection from Philips which aims to not only provide stellar sound reproduction, but also great styling which has been inspired by several cities around the world. However, can the Underground SHE1505's compete with other great in-ear solutions in this very competitive corner of the headphone market? Find out how the Philips CitiScape Underground's faired in this exhaustive review.
If you are looking for a free software program to make it easy to download free music and videos from the Internet, then Audials 9 Light could be the ideal solution. This media suite of tools records audio and video streams and can be used to source media from Internet radio, YouTube, Podcast feeds, and many other places on the Web.Find out about the tools available to you in our full review of Audials Light 9.
A review of the Insignia Kix 1GB MP3 player. A budget MP3 player that comes with interchangeable end caps and weighs in at under $50.
A review of the Insignia Sport 2GB Video MP3 player. It’s a feature-rich media player with built-in Bluetooth technology and priced at just under $90. Is this video MP3 player worth buying?
Rdio is a streaming music service that boasts millions of songs on-demand that you can access from your computer, home entertainment system, or mobile device. Rdio is also a socially rich music service that supports popular social networking platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and last.fm. There's also a free basic account so you can use Rdio without having to first pay up-front. To find out more, read this full Rdio review to discover how it measures up to other music services.
Slacker Radio is an online music service that you can use to listen to hundreds of compiled radio stations, or even create your own customized ones. With support for social networking platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace, you can also share your radio stations with friends and find out what they are listening to. Even though Slacker is essentially a subscription service, it offers a free basic account so that you can test drive its features before committing financially. To find out more, read this full Slacker Radio review to discover how it measures up to other Internet radio services like Pandora, Spotify, and others.
In this MOG review, we delve into this streaming music service to find out how it compares to other services like Spotify, Pandora, etc. We also take a look at MOG's free option, called FreePlay, that you can sign up to in order to try out their service with no strings attached. But in the end, is MOG a music service worth switching to if you already use a major streaming service? Find out now by reading this full review of the MOG cloud music service.
Amie Street review – Are you looking for MP3 music to load onto your iPod or MP3 player? If you're looking for an alternative music service that you can use for music discovery, and is low-cost, then Amie Street is certainly worth a visit. Prices for songs vary depending on how popular they are and range from free to 98 cents. Find out by reading our Amie Street review how this service compares to the more established ones.
Napster review: If you're looking for a flexible, low-cost way of discovering new music, then the Napster music service could be the answer. As well as the usual a la carte way of buying music, you can also sign up to one of their subscription plans that also come with free MP3 download credits. To find out more, be sure to read our full Napster review.
Sansa Clip+ review: If you're looking for a small MP3 player with lots of features, then the SanDisk Sansa Clip+ is worth a look. This iPod alternative is a clip-on portable that is great for the gym, or simply on the move. With features such as an FM radio, voice recorder, and a microSD card slot, this tiny player certainly packs a punch. Find out is this Sansa Clip+ review how it performs and if it's worth buying.
Are you looking for an iPod alternative that doesn't break the bank? In this MP3 player review, we take a look at the Sansa Clip Zip player from SanDisk which is feature-rich and comes at a much lower cost than the iPod Shuffle. Is this the iPod alternative you've been looking for? Find out in this full Sansa Clip Zip review.
A review of the Nextar T30 which is a budget media player full of features. This flash-based portable media device offers audio, video, FM radio, photo viewer, and even an E-book reader. Read the Nextar T30 full review to find out more.