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Official Discogs app hits the Google Play Store
For those not in the know, Discogs is a crowdsourced database of music renowned for having an impressive listing of a variety of genres and formats. Discogs is especially well regarded for their large collection of electronic music and releases of vinyl media. Right now the service boasts information on over 7 million releases by almost 4.5 million artists across nearly a million labels, and now all of that data can be right at your fingertips thanks to the official Android app.
Discogs for Android is seeking to be your go-to resource for cataloging your music collection, seeking out new music, and verifying prices of releases. If you’re a record collector running an Android daily driver, then this app is probably going to look pretty tempting. For some, Discogs is the end-all, beat-all in terms of physical music collection organization.
Not only will you be able to catalog your collection on the go, letting you check and see if a record is already in your trove before you buy it, but you’ll also be able to price check records on the fly. Maybe you can find a better deal online than what you’re seeing at the record store. Easy camera scanning makes this process absolutely seamless.
Moreover, joining up with Discogs puts you in contact with a broad community of music enthusiasts who turn to each other for recommendations and advice. Click the button below to give the app a whirl. Discogs is free and has no-in app purchases. Try it out, then let us know what you think of it in the comments!