Are you using your iPhone just to listen to music? Then you’re missing on a whole bunch of things, especially music related facilities that you can use on your phone with thousands of great music apps. The iPhone music experience is all about how you store your music, how you organize your music files, what kind of music you create, niche tracks you listen to and much more. Enter the fascinating world of iPhone with these music apps.
Pandora is number one on this list because of its familiarity levels. If you’re already using Pandora on the web for getting all your music, all you have to do is sync up your iPhone with your Pandora account online. Why the world loves this online radio streaming website is because of their collection is exhaustive. And if you’re a super music geek, you’ll love Pandora as it will create a station of your favorite music by artist or by genre with convenient access. Feel like buying a new track right away? Simply use iTunes and buy it via Pandora with a few taps on your screen. And just like Amazon, Pandora uses your previous searches to suggest what kind of new music you may like. (Download)
Would you ever have thought that there’s a musician sitting right inside you? Play around with this paid iPhone app ($9.99), and you might just come to the conclusion that you can create some serious grooves yourself. White Noise consists of tools with which you can create music sequences of 6 drum instruments and 4 synths. And if you’re a geek composer, you could make use of its 8 waveforms, frequency modulation and many other technical tools. Whether you use it as an assistance tool for performance or simply for passing time, bleep?Box as a music making app deserves your dollar. (Download)
If you live in a metro city and think that tracking cool concerts, roadside performances and street music is cumbersome, welcome Songkick Concert in your life. This free iPhone app scans all the concerts and music do’s in and around your area. Not only that, it’ll look through your personal music choice and create a calendar of the events you’d love to attend – mostly related to the sort of music you like. Not to forget, trivial details regarding the event, how to get there etc. come included in the package. This app will work best when your city is throbbing with events and you can’t pay enough for a secretary to manage your event calendar! (Download)
Relieve yourself of this agony by downloading this free iPhone music app. All you need to is to hold your phone close to where the song is playing and Shazam will help you identify the details of the track. You might not end up using this app every single day of your life, but when you’ll need it, you’ll thank us for recommend it to you. And what the heck, it’s free! If you want additional features like a running playlist and radio monitoring, then you can dish out some cash for the Encore edition of Shazam. (Download)
This app is not only very famous amongst music makers but also avid music listeners who want to enhance their knowledge on how instruments are tuned. Forget using external devices and expensive tuners for your instruments. With Cleartune, you have a tuner in your pocket 24×7! You can tune a range of instruments like the guitar, piano, violin and just about any other stringed instrument with this app’s display of a fine numerical tuning meter and a tuning wheel. This paid iPhone could work very well with an iPod Touch if it has an external mic. (Download)
With these iPhone music apps, we’ve just scratched the surface. If you like these apps, there’s a whole world of music apps out there waiting for you. You have it in your hands to make the experience of listening to music power packed, convenient, easy, fun and more informative.