If you like to see lyrics with your music, you want TuneWiki. It does the best job, offering timed, subtitled lyrics in more than 40 languages, all while keeping the album art on screen and not navigating away from the player controls. It has a fast YouTube search and access to Shoutcast Internet radio.
TuneWiki is also the most social player, allowing you to connect with and explore the music tastes of other users or your Facebook and Twitter networks. The people you follow become "Muses" and what they listen to ends up in your Songbox, where you can preview or purchase the tracks you like. Perhaps the coolest or creepiest part of this is a mapping option that will show you the location of other TuneWiki users and what they're listening to.
Lastly, like Winamp, TuneWiki works with Android's "listen to" voice action.
March 31, 2011 2:47 PM PDT
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