iPod Touch: Top 5 Free Music Apps

So you took your iPod Touch out of the box, connected it to WiFi, and you’re good to go for some apps. When it comes to free music apps for iTouch, there are hundreds of options and it can become a job in itself to find which apps are smooth and which apps work. Here are the top 10 free music apps that will let you download, remix, and enjoy any band imaginable in no time.
iTunes has worked extensively with Clear Channel Broadcasting to perfect their iheartradio. This program sends a little over 750 radio station Spa Musics directly to your iTouch. Songs ranging from jazz to classical opera come crisp and clear with a tagging feature that allows listeners to purchase their favorite songs through iTunes.
For the musician who needs to kill a little time, Drum Kit made my CrimsonJet a great way to perfect those beats. Take advantage of the iPod’s responsive touchscreen with a full drum from kickers to top hats. If this is not enough, MarketWall.com offers its Metronome application for music fans. An easy-to-use metronome for iTouch with customizable ticking speed. Fun Piano and Cat Piano are two additional free apps for piano lovers. These applications include between 6 and twelve piano keys with a fast response time when played on the touch screen.
In the same vein as Drum Kit and Metronome comes Beat Wave. Please note that this application is highly addictive as users can press various parts of the screen to develop progressively complex rhythms. This is undoubtedly one of the best free applications and it will make you play for hours with complex solos and overlapping musical patterns. Last.fm has come a long way from the smooth default music app that came preloaded on the iPod Classic Touch. It has become one of the best radio applications ever developed. Users can listen to more than 5 million songs, all for free. When connected to a WiFi or 3G network, listeners are updated with the tour dates of the bands that are currently playing. However, Pandora is still well above the competition from free music apps. Listeners can create custom radio stations based on more than 2,000 unique qualities, from syncopation to the instruments used.

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