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News: It's Time for Mobile Music Artist Apps to Grow Up
Posted on Monday, April 25, 2011 @ 10:26:09 UTC
Topic: Internet

Pretty much all band-related apps are the same, and they're mostly rubbish. They're filled with tour dates, lyrics, images, maybe a bit of music, links to Facebook and Twitter profiles, etc. For a fan, that stuff is mostly useless. Why? Two reasons: It's all on the band's website anyway and those fans are probably following the artist in question on Twitter, Facebook, Songkick, Soundcloud, Last.fm and a host of other services, getting the important info on their own terms. Adding a pointless app to that list is a waste of time at best, and can even be a source of misinformation if it's not regularly updated. Complete Article





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