Today's app is the This Day in The Rolling Stones app:
This Day in The Rolling Stones (http://www.thisdayinmusicapps.com/rollingstonesapp.htm) The Rolling Stones landmark recordings are now embedded in pop culture; celebrating fifty years of Stones history; entries for 366 days of the year; info on all the gigs, tours, TV appearances, recording dates, events, chart positions, album releases, and more; in depth song notes for fifteen classic Stones albums from the band’s debut in 1964 to the classic Beggars Banquet, Sticky Fingers, Exile On Main Street, Some Girls, through to the current hits release GRRR; more than 200 Stones songs dissected in over 30,000 words; more than 300 Rolling Stones Quiz questions, scored out of ten; more than 300 Stones Trivia facts; free Ringtone and wallpaper with two classic Stones images; more than 100 Stones images; play own Rolling Stones music in iTunes library or buy tracks; links to websites; (iOS 5.1 or later).
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This Day in Pink Floyd (http://www.thisdayinmusicapps.com/pinkfloydapp.htm) Contains thousands of music facts covering 366 days of the year; guide to every one of the 167 studio tracks the band officially released; more than 100 Pink Floyd images; over 200 quiz questions; over 200 items of trivia; newly-restored video of Floyd’s 1968 single “Point Me At The Sky”; a free ringtone of “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”; two wallpaper screen images including the Dark Side prism and the Wish You Were Here cover; play own Pink Floyd music from iTunes library or buy tracks; official links; includes recordings, gigs, and TV performances; the daily Floyd diary; notes to accompany every studio track ever released by Pink Floyd, including non-album singles and B sides; Pink Floyd Quiz has interactive quiz questions with scores out of ten; Pink Floyd Trivia; font of Floydian facts in a bumper bundle; link to Pink Floyd’s YouTube channel; over 100 Floyd images including live shots, backstage shots, and classic Floydian iconography; links to the official Pink Floyd stores for their music, merchandising, sheet music, and the band members’ own websites; (iOS 4.0 or later).
Today's app is the This Day in Music app:
This Day in Music (http://www.thisdayinmusicapps.com/musicapp.htm) Daily guide to facts, figures, dates, times, places, and the stars that made rock and pop the most vibrant art form of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries; major music happenings 365 days of the year; music quiz with hundreds of questions; what song was #1 on the charts on the day user were born; which pop stars were born on the same day as user; hundreds of music trivia facts; companion to the website and book; over 5,000 music facts; hundreds of exclusive images; (iOS 3.1 or later).
Today's app is the This Day in Led Zeppelin app:
This Day in Led Zeppelin (http://www.thisdayinmusicapps.com/ledzeppelinapp.htm) First in a series of apps that chronicle the biggest names in music, including unique audio-visual elements; compiled by the team who run the award-winning This Day in Music website, book, and iPhone app; a celebration of one of the world’s biggest and most successful rock acts; lists every gig the band ever played, including set lists, recordings, gigs, and TV performances; daily Zeppelin diary; Zeppelin quiz with hundreds of interactive quiz questions, scored out of ten, with unique score soundclips; includes a detailed critique of every studio track and every Zeppelin album with a unique link to play any Zeppelin track contained in user’s iTunes library within the app or buy the track via iTunes; features hundreds of Zeppelin Trivia facts with brand-new Zeppelin graphics; comprehensive guide to the group’s career, using Zeppelin trivia and facts covering the group’s entire history; bonus features include a free rock ringtone; Zeppelin career overview from former Melody Maker editor Chris Charlesworth, who spent time with Zeppelin on tour in the U.S. and flew with the band on their private jet “The Starship” during the 1970s; links to the official Zeppelin stores for all their music, merchandising, and sheet music, and the band members’ own websites; free Zeppelin art wallpaper; includes many photographs of Zeppelin live and recording venues specially shot for the app; (iOS 4.0 or later).
Today's app is the This Day in Classic Rock app:
This Day in Classic Rock (http://www.thisdayinmusicapps.com/classicrockdapp.htm) Includes 366 days of info with thousands of daily rock facts; more than 200 Rock Trivia items; more than 300 quiz questions with an interactive running score; fifty classic rock albums critiqued; 75,000 words of expert critical and historical analysis from AC/DC to The Who and everything in between; free rock ringtone and two free wallpapers; hundreds of rock images drawn from the libraries of Classic Rock magazine and the Getty Images photo library; listen to own iPod tracks while reading the notes; direct link to iTunes to buy tracks; links to many rock websites including Classic Rock magazine, a site to connect to songs, memorabilia, and more; more than 2,000 facts covering all major rock happenings; expand classic rock knowledge at a swipe; interviews with legendary musicians; screensavers; (iOS 5.1 or later).
Today's app is The Beatles: The Little Black Songbook app:
The Beatles: The Little Black Songbook (http://www.musicroom.com/music-trivia-apps) The Beatles remain the most critically acclaimed act in the history of popular music; The Beatles had more number one albums on the UK charts and held down the top spot longer than any other musical act in the history of popular music; includes complete lyrics and chords to over 160 Beatles classics; each song has its own chord library where users can view enhanced details and play audio samples of the chords used; features timeless Beatles songs from all their classic albums including “A Day In The Life” from Sgt. Peppers, “You Never Give Me Your Money” from Abbey Road, “Good Day Sunshine” from Revolver, “Get Back” from Let It Be, “Dear Prudence” from The White Album, and many more from their twelve original albums released from 1963-1970; contains thirty professionally recorded backing tracks to play along to, including “Drive My Car,” “Eight Days A Week,” “Help!,” “Nowhere Man,” “Paperback Writer,” “Yesterday,” “Ticket To Ride,” and “I Saw Her Standing There”; includes a few instructional video lessons to help learn songs like “And Your Bird Can Sing” and “Day Tripper”; app has a built in tuner so user can play along with the backing tracks and video lessons; fully licensed app; (iOS 3.1 or later).
Today's app is the On the Way to Woodstock app:
On the Way to Woodstock (http://www.955dreams.com/products.html#) Interactive timeline that explores the phenomenon of how a generation evolved from sock hops to Woodstock; over 100 hours of narrative, photography, videos, and music from the 1950s and the 1960s; includes each of the artists that performed at the 1969 Woodstock Art & Music Fair; over 100 rare color photos of Woodstock from award-winning photographer Barry Levine; little-known facts about the performers and the events of the festival; experience the essence of life in the 1950s and 1960s featuring family life, social changes, politics, music, and culture; dive deep into the topics and personalities of the time with videos and thoughtful narratives; covers artists from Buddy Holly to Jimi Hendrix, each featured in individual sections filled with photos, videos, and essential songs and albums; includes the characters and artists that chose not to play the festival; AirPlay support for videos; stream audio directly to HiFi speakers; audio/video to Apple TV; over forty-five hours of video content categorized and organized; ScreenSaver; (iOS 4.2 or later).
Today's app is the MTV app:
MTV App (http://www.mtv.com/app) Thousands of music videos, tracks, and a selection of photos highlighting artists; (iOS, Android).
More Popular Music Apps this week!
M Music & Musicians (https://pixelmags.zendesk.com/home) Entertaining, informative, and exclusive artist-driven features offering insight into the creative process; news and music reviews by the nation’s top music journalists; photographs; about music and the people who make it, from songwriters and instrumentalists to producers and other technicians; (iOS 6.0 or later).
Today's apps are the LuceroTech apps:
LuceroTech Apps (http://lucerotech.com/games/) Apps include Music Party, Song Trivia, and Guess the Song Game; fun games for music lovers and fans; multiple languages; includes song clips and thousands of popular songs; (iOS varies by app).