The Free TuneWiki for Blackberry app just got another new update. This time the TuneWiki free download is available for Windows PC and Mac OS X 10.7 Lion or 10.6.8 Mountain Lion computers. If you want to know how to put lyrics in iTunes and Windows Media Player, this app lets you do just that with ease.
The TuneWiki installer is almost 11MB in file size and it will only take 5 minutes or less to download the executable file on a regular broadband internet connection.
Whether you want to know the lyrics of “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen or classics such as Abba’s “Thank You for the Music“, you can easily get share and talk about the lyrics of songs that please your heart. You can even dedicate songs of your choice to friends which, by the way, can be translated in over 40 foreign languages.
But wait, there’s also a built-in function to share the lyrics of your favorite music in social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.
The best thing (in my opinion) is that you can be a bit playful with this app. You can simply tap the lyrics in time with the song and get scores as if playing Bubble Ball game app (or something like that).
Upon the start of the desktop application, you are given an option to use it with iTunes of WMP. In our case we opted to use it with Windows Media Player. This can be changed anytime though.