Amsterdam, Netherlands – Hitapp.com is pleased to announce the release of Music Videos: Top 100. This iPhone and iPad app enables users to watch popular music videos and to discover new ones, in a very user-friendly way.
The app is based on the YouTube 100 music chart, which tracks song popularity by measuring views across official videos and viral debuts. Since YouTube launched this chart in May 2011 it has ever been increasing in popularity. It has however been hard to access the chart on mobile devices. Music Videos: Top 100 provides iPhone and iPad users with a user-friendly way to view the chart and its videos.
Other notable features include the ability to watch old top 100s up till 6 months back, weekly push notifications when a new top 100 is available, the ability to share and buy songs, and a history of recently watched videos. This enables users to easily watch the songs they like again.
“Music Videos: Top 100 is set apart from other music chart apps by the fact that it just works. We have put a lot of effort into perfecting the user-experience. While other apps tend to only show short previews, or cover bands, Music Videos: Top 100 makes sure all music videos are what you expect them to be” – said Rob Appel, managing director of Hitapp.com
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 13.1 MB
Pricing and availability:
Music Videos: Top 100 is available for free, exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.
Hitapp.com is specialized in development of mobile applications and games. Founded early 2010 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands they are currently realizing their own app ideas, and preparing to offer their experience to everyone interested in creating a mobile application. They make use of an international network of partners located in USA, Europe and India. Combining all this global experience enables them to deliver high quality apps such as Music Videos: Top 100. Copyright (C) 2011 Hitapp.com. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.