SoundCloud is a popular online audio distribution that enables its users to upload, record, promote, and share their originally-created sounds. According to the company's data, the service attracts more than 175 million unique monthly listeners while content creators upload about 12 hours worth of audio every minute.
While SoundCloud has an official app for iOS and Android since a while, a Windows app has been missing from their portfolio. But of course, like always, the Windows developer community has pitched in. Nimbus for SoundCloud is another client that attempts to offer a unique music experience.
The app allows you to explore and find new and trending music and audio feeds as well as collect tracks and playlists. You can follow your friends or your favorite artists, and create or listen to playlists. While a track is playing, you can see comments from different users and play, pause, or skip the tracks from the lockscreen. You can also repost, like, comment, and share a track.
Nimbus for SoundCloud is a pretty good SoundCloud app with a neat and modern design. The app offers two themes – light and dark – and supports anonymous listening so that you can download and play popular songs or audio streams without creating a SoundCloud account. Nimbus for SoundCloud was launched as a free app, but quickly graduated to a paid one. There's a trial available, so give it a whirl, and let us know how you like it.
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