TuneWiki 1.1 Update

TuneWikiLet the lyric syncing begin! TuneWiki has announced their competition to see who can sync the most lyrics accurately. The top 3 at the end of February will receive an iPod Touch! Also, 5 random winners from the top 100 will receive an iPod Nano. They will also start a new competition in March and possibly each month for a few months. If you were having troubles with the update it’s because tens of thousands of you were trying to update all at once. TuneWiki’s servers have been now upgraded to a T3 connection and they hope to have everyone updated with in a day. So, enough about the contest, here’s the updates to the app:

– Welcome page explains how to sync and submit your contribution. Seems like most new users did not dig it.
– New help button. Click it. If you can read it, you are under 35 years old for sure.
– New shuffle button. the number 1 request!
– New alpha slider on song list. the number 2 request!
– The ‘sync’ song annoying pop-up will only pop once. Number 3 request!
– the ‘sync’ button color simply change to red if the song is not synced yet. just tap away…
– Feedback – a green line will show you a successfully submitted sync to the server with your user ID

TuneWiki to Give Away iPod Touch x3

TuneWiki I have info from a trusted source that “in a couple of days the TuneWiki team will announce a competition between all the registered users: the top three submitters by number of lyrics, of clean synced lyrics, will get a free iPod Touch so they can use it to sync even more songs…”

So, like I said, if you don’t see me for a few days, you’ll know where I am. :)

TuneWiki 1.0

TuneWiki TuneWiki opens to a list of all the artists on your iPhone. You can change it to a list of song titles by tapping the “song” icon at the bottom of the screen. Tapping an artist then shows all albums by that artist and then you choose the album then song. Tapping the song title plays the song, displays album art and lyrics. You also have volume, play, pause, prev & next; playback time that you can slide to adjust. The current line of lyrics is in bold and the next line shows below it with lighter text. Just tap the album art to advance to the next line. Some songs actually advance on their own. Jeremy Camp’s Right Here didn’t although Justin Timberlake’s Cry Me A River did. Kelly Clarkson’s Because of You pulled in the lyrics for her Over The Rainbow. If the Re-Sync button is blue, the lyrics are already synced to the song, if it is read, you have to tap to advance lyrics the first time, then it saves it for next time. The reason for all of this, [Read more…]