4 Useful Websites To Help You Pronounce Names Correctly

As a blogger I have to answer many questions to readers from across the world. Luckily, I converse with them either via emails

Lock Your Computer With Secure My Screen

There are several tools and methods to protect a computer from unauthorized access under a working environment. I had mentioned many of them in previous posts.

Create Multiple Aliases with Outlook.com Account

Microsoft has launched the latest version of their webmail service called Outlook.com. The new webmail replaces the existing Hotmail and users can now create their new Outlook.com email address

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Brow.si For iPhone Is A Cross Between A Web Browser & Feed Reader

Brow.si For iPhone Is A Cross Between A Web Browser & Feed Reader:
There’s absolutely no shortage of RSS readers or news aggregators on iOS. Hop onto App Store and you will find plenty of such options there, each with their own unique features. Though if you’re looking for an RSS reader that doubles as a snappy web browser, try Brow.si. This fascinating app lets you browse your favorite websites just like you would in any modern mobile browser. In addition, you can subscribe to the ones that you frequently visit and receive push notifications for updated content published on them. Thus, it eliminates the need of using a web browser in conjunction with a separate news reader app for the purpose. Furthermore, any links that you want to open from your subscribed content wouldn’t require a separate browser either, also eliminating the need to switch between a browser and your feed reader while going through your feeds.


Sporting a minimalistic interface, Brow.si presents everything in an immersive, user-friendly way. Before you begin, the app requires you to sign in with your Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn account in order to keep track of all the feeds you’ve subscribed to. Simply tap the account that you want use, provide the required credentials, grant the required permissions and you’re in! Brow.si’s interface carries three buttons on the bottom-left: Timeline, Reading List and Browser, accompanied by a Settings button to the right. The Timeline is where all your current feeds for the websites you have subscribed to reside. You can swipe vertically to reveal more feeds, and tap any of them to read the full story in the built-in browser.
Brow.si Brow.si_Notifications
The Reading List is more like a bookmark catalog that holds all your subscriptions in one place. You can tap any subscription from the list to visit the website in Browse section. Speaking of the app’s web browsing capability, it’s pretty damn good. There’s a navigation button on the right that expands to reveal options for subscribing to the page’s feed, sharing the page on social media, changing the font size and accessing the app’s settings. To subscribe to the website’s feed, tap the copy button, followed by the reading list or timeline buttons. You will find two more buttons at the bottom that let you connect Brow.si with Pocket and Readability, both of which are separate services that enables bookmarking pages for offline reading. Once connected, you can send any web page to these services to be able to read it later. Furthermore, you can share the current page on supported social media services or via email.
Brow.si_Reading list Brow.si_Browse
The Settings screen of the app lets you specify the frequency of push notifications, as well as manage your account and subscriptions settings.
Brow.si_Settings
The folks behind the app are working on another nifty feature for a future update that will allow you to synchronize your subscriptions between desktop and iOS. All in all, it’s an elegant solution to keep a tab on your favorite websites and browse websites in general without having to switch between two apps. You can grab Brow.si from the Apps Store via the download link below
Download Brow.si for iOS
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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Easily Split Large CSV Files Into Smaller Parts While Retaining Column Headers


Data-crunchers, your attention, please. As you’re all too aware, reviewing copious amounts of data is tedious work, especially when you’re stuck with repetitive, tabular data, like mile-long contacts lists or financial records, preserved in a CSV file. Well, if you can find someone to help you pour over all that data, you can now easily split those long lists into as many segments as you like, and divide your workload between co-workers, with the quick and nimble CSV Splitter.


One of CSV Splitter’s strengths is its simplicity. It is more suited for users who’re easily flustered by the plethora of options some other applications of its kind might have. It opens to a single window with a few simple options.
CSV Splitter
To get started, click the browse button to the right of the “Filename” field, and select the CSV or TXT file you want to split into multiple smaller ones. I loaded up a list of all the countries in the world, which was categorized by column headers like serial number, common name, capital, sovereignty, currency, telephone code, etc., which is why I checked the “First row contains column header” box. This gives you the option to include the entire column header in each of the files the original CSV splits into by checking the the box below.
Enter the number of rows you want each file to have or calculate a value depending upon the number of resulting files you require. If your .csv has about 300 rows like mine did, and you put in “150”, you’ll get two new files with the index numbers “.000” and “.001” appended at the end of their filenames. Hit “Execute” when you’ve entered the required value.
The gray bar at the bottom shows the progress of the task by current “Row index”, “Elapsed time” and percentage “Completed”.
CSV Splitter can be used in conjunction with another application from the same developer. “Dataset to CSV” converts any SQL database you put in it into a comma-separated CSV file, which you can then, via CSV Splitter, split into bite-sized portions for easier consumption. You’ll have to download Dataset to CSV separately, though. Download links for both applications can be found on the page linked at the end of the article.
Testing was carried out on Windows 8 Pro. CSV Splitter is also available for Windows 7, Vista & XP.
Download CSV Splitter
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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Overlay Weather & Location Info On Photos In Windows Phone With Ciel


To varying extents, all photos capture the essence of the moment when they were snapped, but there are times when you need to add some written information to the image in order to ensure that anyone who views it can gauge the environment in which the photo was taken. iOS has apps like InstaPlace and InstaWeather for this purpose, while Android has CamWeather. These type of apps usually offer certain templates that let you overlay real-time weather and location info on your photos. Ciel does the same for Windows Phone users, but the number of templates it offers make the app more than a match for similar apps on other platforms. Ciel has readymade overlay effects that deal with weather, location, lifestyle or a mixture of all of these. The sharing options are pretty good as well, while the app’s integration with Foursquare ensures availability of data on all nearby places.
Ciel WP Templates Ciel WP Edi Ciel WP Share

The templates available in Ciel are divided into three genres: weather, places and lifestyle. The weather templates add the current temperature of your area to the photo in different styles. Some of the presets offer additional information as well, like the current state of the weather and a small icon representing the sky outside. In some cases, your current location is also added to the mix, and if you are intent on overlaying the name of your city or a business place on the photo, there is a separate section dedicated to that. Apart from various designs, the templates present under the ‘Place’ section also offer to add the current date to the image.
The ‘lifestyle’ list houses templates that are meant to be used with pictures of restaurants and other places of interest. You can give a place your full approval by overlaying five stars over it, or use the template with a thumbs up icon and the words ‘Superb’ written across it to signify your recommendation.
Once you have selected a template, Ciel takes you to its editing screen. You can change the location automatically picked by the app by hitting the text box just above the picture frame. To add an image to the template, hit the ‘photo’ option from the bottom bar. It is possible to add photos from the camera roll, or snap a new one just for Ciel.
There are separate options for saving and sharing the photos created via Ciel. You can share images to Facebook, Tumblr and Foursquare after adding captions to them from the Ciel sharing menu.
Ciel is a free app and works only with Windows Phone 8 devices. It has a nice interface, and can get even better if the developer keeps expanding the collection of templates. Give it a go by heading to the link below.
Download Ciel For Windows Phone
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Define Multiple Sound Profiles In Windows For Different Times Of Day


We’ve covered apps that let you manage networks, and then we’ve also reviewed some that allow you to manage your daily tasks. But how about an app that could let you manage, or more precisely, automate your speaker’s volume? Speaker Admin is a Windows app that does exactly that, allowing its users to automate their volume level according to the time of the day. You can basically specify time slots during which you want the volume to stay at a certain level. You can also entirely shush it down at night by selecting the mute option. If you’re among those of us who usually leave their speakers at full volume but don’t want to hear complains from their family, roommates or neighbors regarding their distasteful music choice, Speark Admin can come very handy. Further details after the jump.


It should be noted that during installation, the setup process tries to install non-required software to your computer in addition to the actual app. Make sure you Decline the offer for these extra app installations when prompted.
Spearker Admin_Installation
The rather simple UI of the app may not drop your jaws, but it’s quite easily understandable at the same time. The application contains a total of five time adjusters to the left and allows you to toggle them on the fly. The time must be specified in 24-hour format. Next to each time period, you can specify the volume level for that time slot.
Configuring the volume level is pretty simple, but let me make it even simpler for you. You can basically choose from among three different parameters i.e lower than, greater than or exactly. Then you need to specify the actual volume level. So, for instance, should you want the volume to never exceed 10% from midnight till 6 o’ clock in the morning, simply select ‘Lower than’ from the drop-down menu and set the output to 10. In addition, you can turn down the volume completely for any time slot by marking the appropriate Muted check box.
Speaker Admin
Apart from playing with the volume settings, you can also configure some additional application-specific options. Marking ‘Only this application can alter system volume’ will forbid any other volume app from tinkering with the system volume level while the app is running. To keep any other users from messing with that, you can also hide the app’s system tray icon. This can be especially useful if you have children who just wouldn’t stop playing loud music while you sleep. You can bring the icon back by muting and unmuting sound a defined number of times. Lastly, the application lets you password-protect the specified settings as well.
Spearker Admin_Password
Although, its usage may seem limited, it can prove to be quite useful for those looking for a way to automate their computer’s volume output according to different time periods in a day. It works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Download Speaker Admin
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Saturday, June 22, 2013

Add A Feature-Rich File Downloader To Google Chrome For iOS

When the Chrome Download Manager tweak was released last year, a lot of people thought that a better alternative will soon make its way to the Cydia store, but even after all that time, we are still looking for the perfect downloader that works with Google Chrome for iOS. As it has been around for longer, Safari has some pretty decent download managers, like Safari Download Enabler. Chrome Downloader is the latest download manager to come out for Google’s iOS web browser. It has seamlessly integrates with the web browser much like the aforementioned Safari DE and supports just about any file format that you have ever heard of. Even if you find a file that isn’t compatible with the tweak, you can remedy that by manually configuring Chrome Downloader to always start a download session when a particular type of link is tapped within Chrome.


Chrome Downloader iOS Settings Chrome Downloader iOS File Types
Although Chrome Downloader adds a new option of its own to the browser, you can tinker with its basic properties by heading to the tweak’s Settings app menu. A staggering number of file formats are supported by the tweak, and as soon as you tap a link pointing to any of these files, Chrome Downloader takes over. If you think this automation is a bit annoying, simply disable the formats you use most frequently. At the other end of the spectrum, more formats can be added to the mix by using the ‘Add New File Type’ option. Within this section, you have to define the target format’s extension name, MIME types and a display name for the entry.
Chrome Downloader iOS Option Chrome Downloader iOS Download Page Chrome Downloader iOS
To see Chrome Downloader in action, launch the Google Chrome app on your iPhone. The new ‘Download Manager’ option is added to the top of the browser’s main menu. There are two ways of initiating a download using the tweak. You can either long-press any link and then choose the ‘Download File’ option from the resulting menu, or let Chrome Downloader figure by itself that the link you last tapped belongs to a compatible file format. In both cases, it is possible to rename the file, change its destination, or simply view it in another app. The main screen of the tweak shows a download percentage, the size of data you have downloaded, and the speed at which your data connection is working. Chrome Downloader places a badge on the menu icon to represent ongoing downloads. If you put Chrome into the background during a session, the tweak sends a notification upon the completion of every download.
The files downloaded via Chrome Downloader can be opened with iFile, Dropbox or other similar apps. The tweak works even in the browser’s incognito mode, and allows users to change the primary location of their downloads. All these features will cost you $1.50, so get it from Cydia Store if you are an avid user of Chrome for iOS.
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Get ‘Add To Home Screen’, Dropbox & Sorting Options In iOS Notes App

Get ‘Add To Home Screen’, Dropbox & Sorting Options In iOS Notes App:
One might think that most Cydia developers deem the stock Notes app in iOS perfect as it is, because there are very few tweaks in the jailbreak store that deal with Notes. There are a few exceptions like AddNote and MultiNoteDelete, but even these tweaks don’t make any drastic changes to the app. This is why NotesTweak might be among the best tweaks ever released for the Notes app. Although your notes are synced across all your iDevices thanks to iCloud, but not everyone is a fan of Apple’s cloud service, specially since there are a lot of alternatives available for the same purpose that work on multiple platforms, not just Apple’s closed ecosystem. If you are a Dropbox user, NotesTweak is likely to become a permanent resident of your iPhone, since its adds Dropbox integration to Notes. You can also save individual notes to your device’s Home screen, which is quite similar to adding webpages to SpringBoard. The ability to let users sort notes in the app just the way they want completes the tweak’s impressive feature list.
NotesTweak iOS Settings NotesTweak iOS Menu NotesTweak iOS Home

NotesTweak adds all its new options to the stock Notes app automatically once you have installed it, but to let users keep control of things in their own hands, the tweak has a menu of its own in the stock Settings app. There are three options offered in the NotesTweak menu.

Ordering Notes

By default, the Notes app arranges notes by their modification date. NotesTweak lets you change this property of the app and sort notes based on their title or date of creation. This feature is sure to help users who have a lot of notes saved in the app, and want to keep things tidy.

Dropbox Integration

NotesTweak adds a Dropbox button in the sharing menu of all notes. You have to connect your account with the tweak when you try to upload a file to Dropbox for the first time, but afterwards it’s just a one-tap process. Users even get to choose the default format in which they want to save their notes. The available choices are HTML and text.

Adding Notes To Home Screen

It is a bit surprising that this option doesn’t come in iOS by default, but nonetheless, NotesTweak implements it pretty well. The notes added to the Home screen can be deleted just like web shortcuts, but they remain within the app even after you delete them from the home screen.
NotesTweak fetches for $1.99 and can be downloaded from the BigBoss repo of the Cydia store.
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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Get A Tree Style View Of Chrome Tabs; Group & Hibernate Them


Chrome is probably the most popular web popular browser out there, but it has often left many power-users somewhat unsatisfied. Imagine you’re a corporate lawyer who needs dozens of case files open in dozens of tabs, or a researcher who needs to keep countless of tabs open at the same time while you write that thesis. Chrome is fast and simple, but sometimes what you need more is endurance. The side-docking Sidewise Tree Style Tabs is an extension that aims to take care of managing all those tabs more effectively. In a nutshell, you can give it any load of tabs you wish, and fully expect it to run those marathon browsing sessions for as long as you want.
Sidewise Tree Tabs is in open beta stage, so you may encounter the odd bug here and there. The Chrome app comes into play as soon as you add it from Chrome’s web store. All your tabs are quickly sorted in a tree style into a sidebar on the left (though you can opt for having it on the right too). There’s a button on the top-right that opens Sidewise’s settings control in a new tab. Here, you can customize your mouse’s functions or choose from a plethora of more advanced features for your monitor and keyboard. You can import, export, or, in an emergency, restore closed tabs. Furthermore, the search bar below the buttons allows you to quickly find a tab without having to inspect the whole tree branch by branch.

Sidewise Tree Style Tabs main panel
Sidewise was created to be the number one tree-style tab for Chrome, and it achieves that in style. Going by it’s ease of use and resource-friendliness, you couldn’t possibly tell the extension weighs in at around 10,000 lines of code, with many more on the way. Sidewise Tree Style Tabs is both lightweight and intelligent – you can simply double-click  tabs you’re not using to put them in hibernate mode for saving processing resources.
Doing the same again wakes them up. Right-click on any tab in the sidebar and you’ll get further options in its context menu, as shown in the screenshot above. Among other things, you can highlight a tab, move it around, label it, copy it’s URL, put it in a folder, or assort it with other tabs in a simple hierarchy. You can also select multiple tabs using ctrl or shift clicks, and drag and drop a whole group around. To add new tabs, just double-click in the sidebar’s empty region.
Sidewise Tree Style Tabs -- Notepad
If that’s not all, the gray buttons at the top let you switch the sidebar between the main tabs display and a notepad, the latter of which can be really handy for quickly jotting down any notes while you browse. Future releases are expected to add even more such features.
Based on what I’ve seen in my test run, I can’t recommend Sidewise Tree Style Tabs highly enough. If you’re a Chrome user who, like me, really liked Chrome but felt it a little inadequate in the tabs department, you’re up for a whole new experience! If you’re not a Chrome user, well, you don’t need any more reasons to convert.
Download Sidewise Tree Style Tabs From Chrome Web Store
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Use The Touchpad For Quick Handwriting Input Anywhere In Windows


Don’t you sometimes get this itch to write on your notebook computer by hand instead of typing? Call me old-hat, but a keyboard can sometimes just feel so, well, “synthetic,” for lack of a better word. Well, I was in for a treat today. After a quick surf through the web, I found the charming little TouchPad Handwriting app that lets you convert your laptop’s touchpad into a handwriting recognition device.


The application is portable, so you won’t need to install it on your computer. Simply unzip its archive and run it directly from within the extracted folder. When you launch the application, you’ll notice a small white laptop icon add itself to the system tray portion of the taskbar. Double-press left control or hit Ctrl + Win + N, and you’ll get this neat display.
TouchPad Handwriting
The writing area corresponds roughly to your laptop touchpad’s surface area. There is no pointer to guide your finger. Trace a letter on the pad and see it appear as text. You can enter uppercase alternatives of your letter and other similar characters by clicking one of the eight buttons above, or pressing the corresponding numbers on your keyboard. If, for example, I wanted a “d” instead of an “a” in the test above, I’d click on “d” or press the “3″ key on my keyboard. To clear the writing area, I’d press the “-“ key or click the “Clear” button. There’s no gesture for space, apparently, so you’ll have to use the spacebar for that.
The app is touch-and-go; what you write quickly appears as text without your having to “Enter” it. You can disable the auto-insert function from the settings, though it’ll make writing slow and cumbersome. I like the time delay function better; it allows me to suit the speed I want to work with.
To add a delay to the input and change other preferences, right-click the app’s system tray icon and choose “Settings”. You can exit the application from here too.
TouchPad Handwriting Settings--Recognition Tab
TouchPad Handwriting’s biggest, perhaps fatal, flaw is that you can’t write more than one character at a time, even though there is enough room on the touchpad to write full words. Maybe it’s because this kind of software is more suitable for languages where a single, complex character can sometimes mean a whole word or sentence, like Chinese, Japanese or Korean. If that’s what you’re looking for, you’ll have to install additional multilingual user interface language packs.
TouchPad Handwriting Settings--Handwriting Tab
You can change the color of your strokes through the “Stroke color” bar while “Stroke width” deals with how thick you want them to be. Be careful to lift your finger clear to enter a character, though.
You can change the application’s hotkey from the respective tab. Notebook users can configure the “Fn” key to work as one-tap shortcut. To place a shortcut to the application on the desktop, simply drag out the icon available in the “Shortcut” tab. If you want the application to run automatically upon login, simply place the same shortcut in your computer’s “Startup” folder.
Now, a final word. For most languages, TouchPad Handwriting is, in no way, meant to replace your trusty ol’ keyboard, because, for one thing, it can’t. For another, like I said in the beginning, the itch to write by hand is just that—an itch, which, once scratched, soon passes. But with TouchPad Handwriting, it can be really fun while it lasts.
TouchPad Handwriting is available for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8. Testing was carried out on Windows 8 Pro, 64-bit.
Download TouchPad Handwriting
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Monday, June 17, 2013

Add Support For Viewing Emoji On Any Web Page In Chrome With Chromoji

Add Support For Viewing Emoji On Any Web Page In Chrome With Chromoji:
Emoji have been in use in OS X since Lion and with iOS 6, Apple added native support to its mobile platform for these cute emoticons that depict a wide variety feelings, events, and everyday items. Compared to the limited choice you have with everyday emoticons in several apps, emoji are rich with options. Chromoji is a Chrome extension that allows you to see emoji icons wherever they’ve been used. The extension works in the background and replaces the block characters that would normally appear in place of an emoji icon, with the real one,  loading the picture the same time as the page itself loads. You can limit the extension to loading only the emoji that are available in iOS, and exclude the ones for symbols like trademark and copyright etc.


Install Chromoji and open any link that you know to contain one or more emoji.
Chromoji
You’ll instantly be able to see the emoji instead of the block icon. To restrict the extension to show only the emoji that are natively rendered in iOS, go to the extension’s settings and check the ‘iOS Compatibility’ option.
Chromoji Options
The only thing missing in Chromoji is the ability to input these characters in text fields, though the feature is part of the development plan. For users who like to use Twitter’s web interface and are often unable to see emoji characters that have been tweeted from an iOS device, the extension is sure to be more than welcome. If you’re using OS X, there’s no need to install Chromoji since emoji are natively supported on Macs. On a Mac, you will be able to input the characters as well – no extension needed.
The extension will only work for emoji that you receive. If you paste an emoji code like :bowtie: directly in a text field, the extension will not convert it. This means that unless emoji input support is added either by the extension or by some other means, you will only be able to view those sent by others. Adding input support could be challenging enough; at present, Chromoji adds no buttons to Chrome but with the input feature, the extension will have to make room for the large number of emoji characters. Keeping them organized as they are in iOS will perhaps be a bigger challenge. It might be feasible if users could enter the code and the extension could simply render it, but remembering the codes themselves could be a challenge of its own.
Install Chromoji From Chrome Web Store
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Sunday, June 16, 2013

Hands-On With Twitter #Music For Web & iOS [Review]

Hands-On With Twitter #Music For Web & iOS [Review]:
Twitter’s much anticipated music app is now live, featuring both a web interface and an iOS app. The web interface is slowly being made available to Twitter users in the US, UK, and Australia. As expected, Twitter has also launched an iOS app for its music service called Twitter #music. You can expect hashtags to play an important part in this app. It connects with your Twitter account and gives you suggestions for music based on the artists that you follow, what’s currently trending, and what the people you follow are listening to. You can listen to the iTunes preview of different tracks right inside the app, and the tracks can be bought on iTunes. You will be able to connect your Spotify and Rdio accounts with Twitter #music and listen to full tracks. You can also tweet the tracks you’re listening to; the #nowplaying hashtag is added to those tweet automatically.


Twitter #music’s web version is rather slow to load artists. Go to the #NowPlaying page from the top left button to sign in.
sign in twitter music
Be patient with it as the service still has a bug or two to iron out. Once you’re signed in, artists that people on your Twitter timeline were recently listening to will be listed in a visually rich grid of album art. Click any one of the artists to play a preview of the song that they were listening to. You will be able to hear a preview of it from iTunes. Click the ‘Play Full Tracks’ button at the top to connect to your Spotify or Rdio account in order to listen to full songs.
Twitter #music now playing
The player appears at the bottom and allows you to tweet what’s currently playing, buy the song on iTunes, pause/resume playback, and switch to the next track.
Twitter #music tweet
The web app is divided into five sections: Popular, Emerging, Suggested, Now Playing, and Me. These show popular and emerging artists, artists that have been suggested by the same ones you follow,  what people in your time line are listening to, and what you’ve recently listened. To search for artists on Twitter, click the search button and start typing an artist’s name.
Twitter #music search
By default, Twitter #music allows playback of tracks containing explicit lyrics, but you can turn it off by clicking the cog wheel button from the top-right and turning the ‘Explicit Tracks’ option off.
Twitter #music content
Let’s now take a look at the service’s iOS app. Start off by connecting your Spotify, Rdio, and Twitter accounts with Twitter #music. You can connect multiple Twitter accounts if you’ve added them in your iDevice.
spotify rdio twitter account
Wait while Twitter #music loads suggestions for you. The app has five pages (like its web version) that you can swipe through: Popular, Emerging, Suggested, Now Playing, and Me.  You can see twelve artists on each page by default, but scrolling down reveals more of them. Clicking the little ‘Play’ button at the bottom-left begins playback. You will only be able to hear iTunes previews of the songs unless you’ve connected your Spotify and/or Rdio accounts.
popular emerging
The Suggested page suggests artists for you to follow based on who the artists you’re already following, are following. This is meant to help users find artists that are endorsed by other artists. The #NowPlaying tab shows artists that people you follow were recently listening to.
suggested tracks suggested
You will notice that the app always displays artists, and never tracks. Wherever you click an artist, it expands to a playable tile and plays the top rated song from that artist. By default, the app does not switch to a music player, and the little spinning disc at the bottom is all that shows you what is currently playing. If you tap it, it expands to show you the music player controls. These allow you to switch between songs, tweet what you’re currently listening to, buy the song on iTunes, and control the volume.
now playing playing
The search feature is omnipresent and allows you to quickly find artists on Twitter. Though the app will not determine which accounts are authentic and which are fan-made. You will be able to see the number of followers an account has, and how many artists that account is following. You can also follow any of the accounts from here without having to switch to the Twitter app.
search follow band
If you didn’t connect your Spotify or Rdio account when you started using Twitter #music, go to your profile page. Click the ‘me’ drop-down at the top, and select the accounts you want to add.

Twitter #music me Twitter #music add account
You might find Twitter #music slightly overwhelming at first. It’s a lot of media to consume at once and swiping between the pages isn’t very fluid. The app takes some time to respond; occasionally, it will scroll down a page instead of switching to the next one. The play/pause feature on the player is also not as responsive as it should be. Overall, it’ll be safe to say that the app isn’t promoting music so much as it is promoting artists.
Visit Twitter #music
Get Twitter #music For iOS
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