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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by dersh, Nov 17, 2009.

  1. dersh

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    It seems that there are some apps that are not showing up in my market place. Specifically, I can't find iTag or Radio Paradise Widget. I have tried searching in a bunch of different ways, but it seems like they are just missing from the market.
    Any ideas why or what I can do about it?
     

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    There is a program called shazam. I believe it is the equivalant to I tag.
     
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    You'll notice that when starting the Market app the first time it takes a second to bring up all the icons; that's 'cause the phone is first sending to Google some information like your Android release, installed apps, etc. and since we're still on 1.5 there's a chance that the apps aren't available any longer for our version.
     
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    I have music on my SD card and I want to change the tags so that they show up properly. I believe that iTag can do that, while Shazam seems to be completely different (recognize songs from the microphone).
     
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    Sorry.
     
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    The music program within the marketplace, 'Meridian', allows you to edit music tags.

    Once you download and install the program, open up your playlist (it allows you to navigate to the folder on you SD card). Hold down your finger on the filename of the song you want to edit, then choose 'Edit ID3 Tag'. From there, you'll be able to revise the tags, including artist, song title, album, etc.

    The Meridian music player is also a HUGE upgrade from the default player as well.
     

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