by | Jul 13, 2013 | iPhone /iPad Apps | 0 comments

If you’re a music lover and sing your favorite songs more passionately than when they were originally sung by the artist, then I have something very important for you. Since the arrival of social networking era with websites like Facebook and Twitter, the trend of fan following has changed like a sky covered with heavy and dark clouds going as clear as a crystal. Following your favorite artists on twitter and liking their page on Facebook are just some of the latest tips that one can give you. But as I said, these are just some of the names that have opened up in this digital era and there are many more. Therefore it becomes difficult for a fan to follow all of his favorites if they are a part of different websites. So why don’t we just take them all and put at one place?

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Well I’m not going to kidnap all those artists and neither are they going to host a stage show together, but what I’m about to tell you is nothing less than the latter. Today I will be introducing to an app that boasts more exciting features than any of the social apps you know. I am talking about Rouse that has been developed by Sport Street. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and requires iOS 5.0 or any later version of the OS. The app has also been optimized for iPhone 5.

The app is all about creating a platform where you as a fan can meet all your artists under one roof and follow them in the simplest way possible. The app takes all tweets from Twitter and latest posts from fan page on Facebook and collectively present to you on your wall. You can simply add artists and start following them directly from this app and start getting feeds from their Facebook and Twitter pages. So whether it’s any of the latest news or any picture leaked, you have all the info on your doorstep.

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There are many more exciting features for you. You can buy songs directly from the app as it’s linked with Spotify and iTunes. Then you can buy tickets for the concerts, check schedule as well as check-in to live events and share your videos and check out what others have to say about the event. Another best thing that I really liked is that the app promotes new talent. So if you think that you have such talent, then make your band page on the app and start getting followed. However, the risk is same as there are many other artists who are being followed and in the end, it’s all about what you got.

The app is available for free in the App Store. I don’t think there is any scope of modification apart from the fact that there should be something better to promote the young talent.

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