If you are looking for a Windows 8 app that could have the function of a music player with lyrics, then look no further than MusiXmatch lyrics player. Below are more details about it.
MusiXmatch Lyrics Player is one of the best Windows 8 music players with song lyrics to be used. By using the app you can find and match lyrics to your favorite songs, absolutely for free. You won’t have to search anymore for lyrics to a certain song online as this app will be your savior. It comes with more than 6 million officially licensed lyrics that localized in 18 languages.
Featuring a fully integrated music player, song tracker, and powerful lyrics search engine, musiXmatch is the best way to find lyrics on your device. Users can browse the top viewed lyrics by country, and even purchase music directly from the app.
MusiXmatch for Windows 8 claims to provide access to the largest lyrics database in the world. You can also buy music tunes from Amazon, iTunes and 7-Digitaland play songs within the app, with the following file types being supported: mp3/wma/m4a. The app has also received a number of recent updates, bringing the ability to recognize music on-air at radio/TV through the MusicID; bigger cover arts, faster startup, after the first scan and the option to play full albums simply tapping on the album name.
MusiXmatch in Windows 10
MusiXmatch is working now only on Windows 8 platform, as shown on the official Microsoft Store page. This is not great news for users that upgraded recently from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 or 10. However, we have a great alternative to propose you: Deezer app for Windows 10. This app supports lyrics but also will help you with song recommendations.
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- 10 best music recognition software to install on your PC
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- Software that automatically transcribes music to make your job easier
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in December 2013 and has been since revamped and updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.