By Subadri at 24 January, 2012, 3:16 pm
Karaoke Application that synchronize songs on the device with their database. You love karaoke? A British startup offering Karaoke Application for you who likes to sing while reading the lyrics of songs through mobile devices. Unfortunately, the device in question must have an operating system IOS 4.3 above.
Shazam Player, the name of that Karaoke Application, launched last week in the Apple App Store. Karaoke Application can be used in the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch and is a separate application first presented by Shazam. For information, the company was known for his music identifiers technology.
The way the Karaoke Application works is by scanning the music library on the device used. He then adjusts the songs are there with a database owned by LyricPlay owned by Shazam. After the match, application sends a list of songs by artist, album, or playlist that can be played, lenkap with lyrics that can be streamed.
“We hope the Player Shazam App may be a useful addition to the Shazam App our users,” said Andrew Fisher, Shazam Chief Executive Officer, quoted from Venture Beat, January 24, 2012. “We want the users can immediately know the lyrics of a song he had just heard or songs in music collection,” said Fisher.
June 2011 and then, Shazam acquired Tunezee, LyricPlay service providers. Karaoke Application acquisition makes the song Shazam database increased from 25 thousand to 30 thousand songs. Shazam promised to continue to add new lyrics to the database, and currently, about 50 thousand words they already provide.
Besides playing music and displaying the lyrics, this application also provides access to music videos, reviews the song in question, and the artist who sings tour schedule. The Karaoke Application itself is available for free through iTunes.