An awesome music catalog and unique overall listening experience overshadow Turntable.fm's performance and interface flaws. Music lovers should definitely give it a try.
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We take a look at the newest version of the fan-favorite streaming-music app Turntable.fm.
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Turntable.fm is a fun, hip way of playing and listening to music, which up until now was only accessible via a Web browser. Now, with the release of the iPhone app for Turntable.fm, users can use the service on the go. Let's take a look at the app, shall we?
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