Mono, thanks to its clean and easy interface, comes to be a sort of unified music center on your device, so to speak. You can look for songs, artists or albums, even biographies, hi-res pics and video clips, and Mono send will send lighting-fast results back, linking to wherever it may fit your search best. Thus Mono crawls Last.fm, Youtube and its own database, in which we can look for, add to our calendar and share future concerts and events. As if this wasn't enough, you can also search for those artists' Twitter accounts.
It's remarkable that, as it couldn't be otherwise, you'd be allowed to listen to the tracks and create your own lists mixing your own files with your Google Music account (where available) and Youtube. It's a great app not only to keep all your favorite artists at hand, but also to discover new ones or share your likings with your friends. Lastly, if we have to highlight a single feature that abridges the aforementioned claims, it would be the "similar" option, which is second to none. Check it out by yourself looking for your favorite groups, you'll be surprised for sure.
The app is free for a week, time more than enough to decide if going pro or not. If you do so, you'll receive an extra free week for your use and enjoyment.
Tags: popup mono , music paradise
by Peter , Appszoom
Jun 06, 2013