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Google Android Gets Treated to TuneWiki Prior to Release

Even though there are no commercially available handsets that run on the Google Android platform just yet, that hasn’t stopped people from developing applications for it. The TuneWiki app was initially made famous on the iPhone and iPod Touch, and it has already been ported over to Android.

With TuneWiki, you play a song and it will automatically download lyrics and album art if you don’t already have it. Even better, the lyrics will automatically synchronize with the song, just like karaoke on the weekends. If the time is a little off, you can manually sync th lyrics by hitting the screen and this information will be sent back to the server for the next user.

This is a sign of things to come with Android. If there are as many Android developers as iPhone developers, times are looking good for the upcoming smartphone platform.

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