There is a Little Sparkle of Magic with this Music Lyrics app that Seems to Work with About Any Player

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  • 26 Feb 2014
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  • I am the type of user that takes into account the quality of my music before anything else. I am also a Google Play Music user and have most of my songs stored in the cloud.  Given these facts one can realise that I use the stock Google Music app quite a lot. The lack of features in regards to it is not that annoying to me – though the Lyrics part is.  Or should I say – was.

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    Keeping it simple, while browsing the Store in search of the lyrics app that could work for me I stumbled upon the perfect one. Made by developer Kaamos the app is – like mentioned in the title – able to provide lyrics for the music apps lacking the feature. That is Google Play Music included. And that is not the only advantage of it. It’s fast, very light on storage and resources and as far as testing went it functioned more than adequate.

    Lyrics Grabber  posts a notification showing the name of the artist and song title currently playing. Hitting the notification takes you to the lyrics page where you can scroll while enjoying your tune. There are no sharing options and you can select the text by hitting the menu button withing the app and selecting the “edit” option. But the aspect that should be kept in mind is that it works like a charm and for me at least it has become one of the must have apps. You can get it completely free on the Store.

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