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JamBase Mobilizes Live Music Fans With Version 2 Of Its IPhone App October 15, 2009

Posted by David W. King in Uncategorized.
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JamBase (www.jambase.com), the largest database of live music listings and ticket information, announced today the availability of an upgrade to its free application (Version 2) for the iPhone and iPod touch. Music fans can access the JamBase iPhone App and create their own personalized concert schedule for free from the App Store(SM) at: http://jambase.com/iphone/app.

“As a site built by fans, for fans, JamBase is tapped into this audience’s dynamic needs,” said Andy Gadiel, president and founder of JamBase. “With our latest iPhone App, we listened to what fans were requesting in order to deliver them the best mobile access to the world of live music.”

The JamBase application for iPhone and iPod touch gives today’s mobile live music fan instant access to the largest live show database, which uniquely combines member-contributed concert information along with data received from thousands of music industry partners such as booking agencies, venues and record labels. JamBase’s listings are up-to-date and highly accurate, featuring 60,000 artists across more than 50 genres, performing in 70,000 venues worldwide.

In developing Version 2 of the JamBase iPhone App, JamBase turned to the more than 1300 reviews of the initial application to gain insight into how they should evolve the application features. Now, with Version 2, individual users can personalize their mobile connection to “My JamBase” features. “My JamBase” is the FREE JamBase member experience which enables music fans to track favorite artists and add upcoming shows to calendars.

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