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Friday
Sep072012

Timbre for iPhone Lets You Discover the Music Scene Around You

As the time passed, users get hungry for discovering new music. Shuffler.fm is one great alternative, and today one more app has been released. Timbre allows you to, not only discover new music, but also discover the music scene around you.

It features:

  • Discover Your Music Scene - Timbre is a free, location-based band discovery app that finds local music and shows for you! Set it to your current location, or check out the music scene in San Francisco, New York City, or any other location you can dream of.
  • Your Ears Know Best - Timbre was designed with the belief that your ears know best. Instead of tedious searching by genre or artist, Timbre automatically locates artists performing near you and starts playing their music.
  • Go See Your New Favorite Band - Once you're listening, it's easy to find your groove. First song not your cup of tea? A quick swipe on the screen and you’re rocking out to someone else. Like what you hear? Purchase tickets to the show straight from the app.
  • That’s a Lot of Things - Timbre searches a database that contains more than 65,000 artists and 75,000 venues, so you’re guaranteed to find a great show near you.

Timbre is free and available in the App Store [iTunes Link].

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