Album Alert, which we revealed back in this post, is now out on the App Store!

Album Alert is your go-to app for making sure you don’t miss new music releases from your favourite bands - all too often it’s easy to lose track of all...

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Album Alert, out now

Aug 19, 2013 - Elliott Draper

Our iPhone app, Album Alert, which we revealed back in this post, is now out on the App Store!

Album Alert is your go-to app for making sure you don’t miss new music releases from your favourite bands - all too often it’s easy to lose track of all the artists you like, and then you find out they’ve had a great new album out for a few weeks!

Right now it relies on using your Facebook music likes to match up your new and upcoming releases, but we want your feedback to keep making it better! Would you like to see it hook up to Spotify or Last.fm? Manual entry of your favourite bands? And would push notifications of new releases be more useful? We’ll be working on improving the app, with your help!

So check it out, the app is free and on the App Store right now!




Check out our macOS apps, AppTrack and WordTarget.

If you're looking for bespoke development for your own apps, using Ruby on Rails, RubyMotion, React Native or Unity, you can hire @ejdraper - visit ejdraper.com to learn more.


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