September 12, 2009

Vic Mahfood

Face The Music

COST: Free
DESCRIPTION: Lifestyle, Messaging, Native, Social Networking
..RELEASED: 7/26/09, VERSION: 1.0.1 -- RATING: 3  Stars..

I have been using Face The Music for a while now, and unfortunately omitted to post on it. It is a great music and message update app, and I really like and use it a lot. While your iPod is playing, simply tap the share button, and a list of options will be displayed such as: Share Song, Write a Facebook Status, Write a Tweet and Share Song Via E-Mail. It's that simple. You can share only to Twitter or to Facebook, or to both combined. You may also edit your message before posting it. There is a handy volume control right in the app along with the My Music button which you may use to access your songs. I find Face The Music a very complete add-on package that additionally works well for two networking sites. This is one of those apps you will find yourself using every day.

"Has there been a time when you're listening to a song that you feel the world should know about? What better way than to tell everyone by posting a tweet on Twitter or a status update on Facebook? Face The Music makes it easy to share all your favorite songs with your friends on Twitter and Facebook."

--OS and Age Rating:  This app requires OS 3.0 or later. Rated 4+.
--Tip: There is a handy Auto-Tweet and Auto-Update Facebook control which you will find in your device's Settings.
--Languages: English
--Developer: TouchMiPhone

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