NOW That's What I Call Music app features and review


This article provides information on the popular music app NOW That's What I Call Music. This app has got great features, which are mentioned below, and is easy to use.

Like to listen to music while you are taking your daily exercise dose while jogging or running? Many people do love to tune in to their favourite music when they are out on a run. There are some great apps for this activity. One such app is NOW That's What I Call Music. This app is a collection compiled of popular songs which are original versions and not a poor edited version. The app is available for iOS and Windows Phone 8.

Overview

The app enables you to be always up to date with the latest pop and chart music. A great plus point is getting the full original version and not some absurd remixed version or badly edited one. It is easy to download the latest NOW tracks. Fans of NOW Music TV will love this app as it allows for tuning in even on the move, wherever you are.

NOW Thats What I Call Music app logo

Most users of the app are happy with the selection of songs, but a large majority have complained about its slowness. A few have had the app itself crashing! Tags of "clunky" are prominent too in the criticisms. What's more, it seems that you don't really get the entire song to tune into, but barely a few seconds.

On the upside: The latest version of the app was updated in August this year, with stability fixes and an optional push notification.

NOW That's What I Call Music App features

The app has a feature which enables you to create a playlist from the music already installed in your device. The NOW playlist generator is a useful feature. In case you do not have music on your device, no problem! You can get all the latest NOW albums within the App itself. Just browse through the archives and select your favourite track or artist.
Now Thats what I call Music
Other special features are:
  1. You can preview music tracks as well as check out the latest NOW Charts, which includes updates of the weekly NOW Top 20 list of tracks.

  2. You can track your performance and run route along the way. There is a built-in map, timer and speedometer to aid you. In the full version, there is additionally a calorie counter and a tracker feature to keep track of your pace.

  3. You can tune into NOW Music TV

  4. You can share your run and performance via social networking sites, namely Face Book and Twitter.

Specifications and compatibility

  • Version: 8.3

  • Size: 35.7 MB

  • Language: English

  • OS Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later

  • Device Compatibility: It is compatible with all Apple devices, namely the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Where the App is available

  • Apple iTunes store: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/now-thats-what-i-call-music/id495255309?mt=8

  • Google store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.retrofuzz.now&hl=en

  • Windows store: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-in/store/app/now-that-s-what-i-call-music/d52721ea-205a-47a0-b569-675269665578

How to use:

  1. Set your running length

  2. Click on the Go button

  3. The app will create a playlist from the music in your device.

  4. You can unlock the full version and get access to the Track Energy filter. This creates a playlist based on the energy level you desire.

  5. Track your performance and run route along the way with help of the map, timer and speedometer.

Official website: http://www.nowmusic.com/

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/nowmusic

Twitter handle: Twitter@nowmusic

Hit the ground running with NOW That's What I Call Music app!


Article by Vandana
Vandana is a freelance content writer with over 15 years experience in this field. As Managing Editor of reputed education portal IndiaStudyChannel.com, she has plenty of responsibilities but nevertheless finds time to indulge in her favourite past-time, namely writing! Hence she has her own blogs to follow her writing passion while here at Techulator.com she writes mainly about gadgets, smart devices and apps.

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