Search More than 5 Million Song Lyrics with musiXmatch

Wanna settle that debate of what Michael Stipe is actually singing in “It’s the End of the World as we Know It (And I Feel Fine)?  The next time you have it playing on your Android phone, run it through musicXmatch.  Better yet, just break out the app and search right now.  The free music app ‘plugin’ recently arrived in the Android Market with a database of more than 5 million songs (in 18 languages) to the delight of music fans everywhere.  Working with just about any music app you might have installed, it’s the perfect add-on to Winamp, PowerAMP, Google Music and more.  

As the ‘first and only fully licensed provider of global lyrics solutions’, musicXmatch makes it a breeze to search for lyrics. The app is available as a free download for any Android device running 1.6 and higher (tablets too) and features content from all the big names (BMG, Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony ATV Music, EMI Publishing, Warner Music, and more).

Once you get the words to the song be sure to share them with your other Android apps and social networking clients!

 

[app]com.musixmatch.android.lyrify[/app]

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2 Comments

  1. Smivey *
    August 17, 02:30 Reply

    Doesn’t SoundHound do that, in edition to allowing you to speak or play a song for it to identify?

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