Choosic is an app that takes a ‘hot or not’ sort of approach to music.
The Stringer app lets you customize your shuffles, hearing more from the artist or album that catches your ear.
The Little DJ Smart Shuffle app learns what you like most and plays it for you.
You’ve got lots of pictures and movies on your phone. Qwiki can make a compilation of them – and put it to music.
As the number of streaming music sites multiplies, it’s sometimes difficult to find what you’re looking for. Music Smasher makes that easier.
The Amazon Mp3 app has over 16 million songs and over a million full albums available for your pleasure.
Access your music from anywhere with the Google Music Cloud.
Tunetug allows pretty much anyone with a smartphone to access the party playlist and tug for or against a song.
With a catalog of 15 million songs and growing by 10,000 tracks a day, you’re sure to keep music fresh with Spotify.
With SoundCloud you can record your own music and post it for free on Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare.
It turns out that with the free music downloader for iPhones or your iPad, you don’t always have to pay for your music downloads.
If you like a song that’s playing, just say Shazam!
Now you can access your music from anywhere with the Google music cloud.
For music junkies, the Discovr app is a must-have. Think of it as a never-ending series of roads that keep leading you to new sonic locations.
Last.fm is a social music site and software package that can help you expand your musical horizons.