November 23, 2012 in Entertainment
[prMac.com] Seoul, Korea - Kpop Lyrics, a fresh new iOS app from yn'story, just made its way to the US iTunes App Store. And the timing couldn't be more perfect for the sing-along app, which helps non-Korean-speakers sing along with popular Korean tunes. Yn'Story has also released a less feature-rich version of the app, Kpop Lyrics, which can be downloaded for free from the iTunes App Store.
As the Kpop genre explodes worldwide, more and more non-Korean-speakers have fallen in love with Korea's unique, innovative, and addictively catchy popular tunes. While the music's popularity has undeniably transcended language barriers, Kpop fans who don't speak or read Korean still have a difficult time singing along to Korean hits. That's the problem Kpop Lyrics is designed to solve.
Users can enter the app and select songs from their own music library to play. When they select a Kpop hit, Kpop Lyrics displays the song's lyrics in the original Korean alphabet. It also transliterates the lyrics using the English alphabet, so fans can sing along with hit songs flawlessly. With the Korean and English alphabet versions side by side, some fans will also find it easy to learn to read along in Korean.
In addition to displaying Korean lyrics using the English alphabet, Kpop Lyrics makes saving, searching for, and learning the meanings of favorite lyrics a breeze. Songs can be bookmarked as favorites and lyrics can be saved as image files to read and share later.
* iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.2 or later
* 1.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Kpop Lyrics is available now in the iTunes App Store in the Entertainment Category, for the surprisingly low price of $0.99. Check it out today, and be singing along with your favorite songs right away!
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