The Vinyl District
By Jon Meyers
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- NEW: Fully searchable keyword search. You can now search by keyword: city, state, zip code, or use the original geo-location search method or - whatever you'd like!
- Keep up with The Vinyl District blog.
- Record store directory - find stores via geo-location or keyword search (zipcode, city, state, country, etc).
- In-app social network to discuss music, sign-in to & comment on shops. Follow your record buying friends.
- Record fair calendar for many periodic record fairs taking place throughout the year in the US & UK.
- Share to Facebook & Twitter.
Brick and mortar—in pixels, on the go - the first & best record store finding app in the world!
Keep up with the editorial content TVD offers, and find out where that hard-to-find record store is...wherever you are, hit the "All Stores" icon and find a record store near you, or search by keyword (including zipcode)! Know of a store that's just opened, or one that's closed or moved? Help us out and contribute...We're all in it together.
The Vinyl District does it all day, every day. We live it, and so do you. Reach us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Coming soon: TVDeals - deals & discounts from your favorite record stores & labels!
What's New in Version 5.28.0
- Minor bug fixes and performance improvements.
Great record store locator!
I have found record stores that I never would have found if it wasn't for this app. I highly suggest any vinyl collector who likes to travel and visit record shops along the way to download this essential record store hunting tool.
So I really love this app. This is incredibly convenient for all record collectors and vinyl enthusiasts. The app still needs work. More intuitive UI and needs to be more thorough in making sure the listings are up to date. All in all though very helpful. Will definitely help out in finding gems.
Great idea needs better implementation
I love the concept, but the first time I needed really to use it and rely on its info, it turned out that the address for Stranded in Oakland was the old one and the hours of operation were wrong, forcing me to a two mile schlepp + 30 minutes of wait...
But maybe I was just unlucky!