ReverbNation Discover lets you stream a world of handpicked, ad-free music from our community of more than 4 million global artists. With a simple interface that allows you to store and share your favorites, ReverbNation Discover is sure to become your most trusted music discovery tool.
Using ReverbNation Discover, you can find your new favorite band before everyone else does, with genres ranging from Pop, Country, Rock, Dance, and everything in between. Our team of industry tastemakers listens to more than 200,000 songs every month to unearth the best new music you’ve never heard, and with just a few taps, any of these new discoveries can be shared with friends over messaging, email, or your favorite social network.
Best of all, no signup is required to use ReverbNation Discover. Just install the app and begin playing great new music from emerging artists. And unlike other music discovery apps, we don’t play you the music you already know and like — we give you the songs you didn’t know you were missing out on.
· Ad-free music
· Simple, easy-to-use interface
· No account required
· Unlimited skips
· Select one or multiple genres to mix up your playlist
· Share music with friends via text, email, and social
· Keep track of your favorite songs
Bug fixes and General Performance Improvements.
Fixes an issue with Google Sign In.
Ratings and Reviews
App does not allow you to view your library from the website or lists shows.
In the past I have mainly used Reverbnation through its website.
I have have kept up to date with the work of musicians in my neck of the woods as both a fellow musician and a fan.
The main way I do this is through my list of Artists in the My Library section of the website.
This app has no My Library section.
While the app does have sections for Songs and Playlists it does not have one for Artists.
It also does not have a Videos or Collections section, two other options in the My Library section of the website.
The fact that I can’t go through the artists list from my library is a big negative for this app.
In fact artists’ pages do not even exist on this app.
On the website you can go to an artist’s page listen to their tracks, see upcoming shows, look at their photos and videos, and follow links to their social media and websites.
You can do none of that on this poorly designed app.
Incredibly the app also does not allow you to search for upcoming shows at all.
The website allows you to search for a schedule of upcoming shows by geographical region.
Reverbnation is supposed to be a company that helps promote artists and helps artists and fans find each other.
The fact that they made an app that does allow its users to search for the upcoming shows of their artists is monumentally stupid.
Great new music
The app itself works great. The artists are wildly varied. There is something for everyone. The app allows you to tag your favorites; become a fan and even download some free featured songs.
I really love this app it provides music you wouldn’t find on any platform. They actually have my favorite artist Martin Koop on here. If you’re into indie music no matter the genera this is the place to find it. Great job devs at reverb!
- Eminor Inc.
- 28.9 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- © 2016 eMinor, Inc
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.