You might already be using the native iPhone application I am writing about today as it was released way back in December 2007. If not I am sure most of you will start using it as its exactly the application I have been looking for from the time I have been listening to music.
The name of the native iPhone application is called TuneWiki and in the words of the developer "it deepens your relationship to music via always-on synchronized lyric stream".
TuneWiki is developed by an Israeli startup which delivers user generated song lyrics to music playing on your iPhone and other mobile devices.
TuneWiki is available free of charge but currently can be installed only on a jailbroken iPhone (and should work with iPod Touch as well). It allows you to listen to music while scrolling the lyrics of the song real-time.
They have also recently announced that they have got permission from Universal Music Publishing Group for the community to legally view all the Universal Music Publishing catalog of lyrics in North America (and that they are working to obtain more permissions) which should help a great deal in finding song lyrics legally on the internet.
You can checkout the YouTube video of a Californian high school cheerleader Rosita giving her reasons for using the application (in case you are still looking for a reason to give this app a shot):
If you want to install TuneWiki then you will need to first jailbreak your iPhone just like other native iPhone applications. You can check out these posts on how to jailbreak your iPhone: ZiPhone 3.0: New version of Popular tool to JailBreak and Unlock iPhone Released or iLiberty: Easy to use Application to JailBreak, Activate and Unlock iPhone.
TuneWiki can then be installed using the Installer app which should also get installed if you have used any of the above methods to Jalbreak your iPhone (under the Multimedia category).
As always do let us know your feedback on this great native iPhone application in the comments below.
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