Couldn’t resists. New app, Spring, is currently in development, and hopes to use music to improve your workout by matching the beat of the song, the the stride in your feet. (Or swim, or bike..) Spring Moves, the company behind the app, recently raised $1 million in funding to develop an application that will analyze your rhythm, and then play tunes to match your workout. Read more here.
TuneIn Radio Pro lets you listen to the world’s music. With over 70k stations and 2 million programs, you can stream radio stations from every aspect of the globe. And what’s even better is that today.. it’s free. While the dent this useful app would usually leave in your wallet is only a mere $4, as part of Amazon’s Free App of the Day program, today it will cost you nodda. Happy Birthday Android users. Pick up the app right here, and find out more about TuneIn Radio Pro right here.
“When you go out, go all out.” As declares Applauze. What is it? Well if you tried to RSVP for some SXSW events, like these at The Green Room, you first needed to download this concert & event app. After you get it on your mobile device, search the venue you want to go to (or event, like “Bulls game”, “Beck”), and then click “I’m in” – to either purchase tickets or RSVP for free events. Find out more about this user-friendly, weekend-planning tech tool at Applauze.com, or see how it works in this video capture right here.
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Whyd, now available to the public, is an app-based technology that allows users to compile tunes they find on the internet – from Soundcloud to YouTubwhyde and your favorite music blogs, users can add tracks to their Whyd account for their own listening pleasure & to share with friends. So we ask – why? Whyd Not. Source.