As of today, TuneWiki is a legit iPhone app that’s available in the App Store. You can check out our tunewiki review from the days when it was available only on Cydia.
Besides being available in the App Store, not much has changed. TuneWiki is a must have app for any music lover.
(From our previous review…)
– easy to use navigation buttons
– album art support for your music collection
– live song lyrics – sing along with your favorite tunes, and contribute back to the project with lyrics for your songs if they are not in the database.
– music maps – see what songs are playing near your location or in a specific region (like the United Kingdom)
– Tune Wiki Top 50 – see what other Tune Wiki users are playing
– help menu – shows you how to use the tunewiki interface
– very good reliability – never crashed during my tests
– it needs an internet connection, either WiFi or EDGE/3G because all the information displayed is stored on Tune Wiki’s servers.
– can be sluggish in low performance network conditions
We are glad that Apple’s new iPhone 3.0 allows access to the music library, which encourages developers to migrate their jailbroken-only apps to legitimate ones.
Strangely, TuneWiki is still available on Cydia, which is (we’re pretty sure) against Apple’s agreements.
Try Tune Wiki for free at the App Store.