We all have our favorite bands and musicians but sometimes it's nice to broaden our horizons and discover new music. The Choosic app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone can help you do just that in an engaging and quick way. Before you know it you'll suddenly be creating a whole new exciting and fresh playlist filled with the music that you love best. The app actually starts to get to know your likes and dislikes so it can provide you ideal recommendations.
Do you ever find yourself getting stuck in a musical slump where you are listening to the same tunes over and over? It’s time to discover some new favorite tunes and that is possible with the Choosic app. The app will be working hard to figure out what you like and dislike so it can provide you with ideal recommendations. Before you know it you’ll be able to build a new exciting and dynamic playlist of favorite music. Anytime you like a song it will be added to your playlist so you can keep it there and not worry about forgetting what it is.
The app is free to use and requires iOS 7.1 or later. Despite the fact the app is free you won't have to worry about a subscription or any ads. It has just been updated with a number of user interface improvements, it is now compatible with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, there is a tutorial, there have been bug improvements, you can skip through the song, and there were performance enhancements. The app doesn't yet have a customer rating or customer comments.
The music you like will be added to your playlist
Discovering the Features
The Choosic app is more than just discovering new music there are also a number of tools and features for you to make use of. Some of these features include the fact you can listen to the music for free, your playlist will be populated quickly, you can like and dislike recommendations as you swipe through the list, and you can view what music is popular, new, and trending acting as a great source of information.
The user interface has been kept clean and basic so that you can focus on the music instead. There are no confusing menus or options; this is about you and the music. This is actually one area developers could expand upon by keeping with their uncluttered approach but also providing some additional tools.
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