TuneWiki, one of our favorite mobile apps, is finally in the App Store in a non-gimped way with full access to your iTunes library (if you close it, it keeps playing through iPod even, like a fake background app).
There's a new version of TuneWiki for Android Cupcake, and it looks like a pretty solid update: The Blip feature burps your current playlist to Facebook and/or Twitter, and there's a new Android homescreen widget for faster, more direct player access. You can also pay $5 for no ads.
The fantastic TuneWiki app, which was previously seen on iPhone/iPod Touch, just got a port to the not-yet-released Android. The idea is the same: play back songs and it'll automatically download lyrics and album art if you don't already have it.
Lifehacker's Adam Pash (co-author of the best iPhone book with some dude called "Jason Chen") told me this weekend about TuneWiki, an iPhone application that downloads songs lyrics from the web and shows them synched with the song in real time, karaoke-style. It works great and, being a closet karaoke whore, I admit…