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Instalyrics now lets iPhone detect tunes playing on your Mac


Tal Shrestha has released Instalyrics 1.0.2 for Mac users. It’s an update of the app that automatically provides lyrics to any song, in any language, with a single click to an icon.

Instalyrics works with iTunes, YouTube, Spotify, GrooveShark, Last.FM, Rdio, Radium and text searches. With Instalyrics 1.0.2 open on an iPhone, users can now detect what’s playing on their Mac and instantly get the lyrics to that song on their device.

Users can do a search for lyrics by typing in a title, artist or words when no song is playing on their Mac — or they can do an automatic push-button search of a song playing from a playlist on their Mac or while watching YouTube. With a click Safari opens, revealing the lyrics to the song they’re listening to. If a user skips to the next or a previous track, the app automatically goes on a search for the words without the user having to do anything further.

Instalyrics 1.0.2 for Mac costs US$2.99. It’s available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Music category.

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