Disco Fm is a tool to help you find the next gem in your record collection. Record digging is an art, going through thousands of records searching for that one you were looking for and the one you didn't know you wanted. Open the app, search the release name, or scan the barcode to instantly hear the tracks of the record in your hands.
From now on, your crate digging experience will be a little different!
Use Disco Fm to:
* Preview records at flea markets and record stores. Or at your friends house.
* Concentrate on records instead of jumping from Discogs to YouTube
* Save the next records you'll buy
* Catalog your record collection
* Save the records you love
* Prepare the dj set for tonight
* Brag with your friends about the record you just bought!
Or use it however you want and let us know your ideas, we're collecting feedback through the side menu.
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Saved Releases are getting smarter! Now you can sort records alphabetically from A to Z or from Z to A, or leave them by date added. It's fifth grade smart but it works.
Noticed the blue bubble? We added a big fancy audio player in the release page so it will be way easier to hold a record in one hand and use the other to preview the tracks. Also, you can nicely skip through the tracks.
In Your Account in the side menu, you can rename the Saved Release tab. Maybe you wanna call it "Collection" or "Crate" or "Bag". Who knows!
Ok, we also updated the video trailer and the app description. But don't tell anyone.
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Useful tool in the cratediggers bag
A quick and easy interface makes this a useful tool. The app scans YouTube and iTunes for clips of the requested music. If you have Discogs this won’t replace it (for example, it doesn’t show values or any other details) but if you are curious about a record you have in your dusty hands you can check if it is something you might be interested in. Worth 99 cents...or about one flea market find.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.