MusicBrainz Mobile App developers have been working at full capacity, improving the user experience, incorporating more features and functionalities, while making sure the core purpose of the app remains as promised.
Here are a few snippets glancing a sneak peek of the upcoming designs and features:
The most important revamp which has been worked on for the past few months is the
Tagger feature in the MusicBrainz Android App.
Functionalities like fetching the
local album arts,
searching through all your local music files at one go, retrieving the
cover art from the server, and heading to the
recording directly are some of the key highlights of the upcoming Tagger.
Picard has finally made an official entry to the MusicBrainz App where users can now send their releases to the original Picard desktop app with the click of a button. This has been worked on in collaboration with the Picard team and proper documentation on its usage will be shared soon.
The completely new addition of Listen and Critique showcases the functionalities of
CritiqueBrainz websites natively from the app. Currently, these will be available as advanced features on the app.
A well-prepared Onboarding and About section will take you through every important detail on the app and make sure you are aware of all the functionalities in the best and optimized way possible.
Proper documentation of every feature is being prepared and we are looking forward to finally have a Production release of the app on the play store, which is slated for this month.
We are really excited to make the MusicBrainz App as user-friendly as possible for you, while we take care of all the wonder behind it!
Play Store: MusicBrainz - Apps on Google Play
F-Droid: MusicBrainz | F-Droid - Free and Open Source Android App Repository
The stage is all yours and we are open to any suggestions, thoughts, ideas, and comments you have about the MusicBrainz App.