In the world of music, TuneWiki is a big name. It started out as a social media player for mobile phones, especially for Google android phones and as most of you know it’s history, it went on to become very popular. However, recently it has stepped into the world of internet with their website. People can log in and listen to any song of their choice, from thousands of tracks available online. Not just this, they can even view lyrics of the tracks, and can also see who else is listening to a particular song on a Google map.
You can have the same user experience as that on the Tune Wiki website, by the Tune Wiki Plug-in for Windows Media player 11. It enhances the interface of window media player by showing lyrics which are extracted from online wiki database, along with the music to create a better understanding. Tune Wiki plug-in also provide you the lyrics for YouTube videos on request.
After installing the Tune Wiki plug-in for windows Media Player 11, it appears as a skin for the Now Playing window.
Tune Wiki also provide you the facility of translating the lyrics into foreign language. Not only can you translate the language but you can also contribute and correct it. By connecting the player to other listeners as well through interactive music maps Tune Wiki serves the purpose of social networking media player. You just have to play the song of your choice either from the Tune Wiki library or from your computer and you can immediately track who else is listening to the same music in the world. This tool allows you to share the lyrics and your playlist with your friends on some social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. The system requirements for downloading Tune wiki include Windows Media Player 11 and Windows XP or Vista. Windows 7 is not supported as of now.
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