In this day and age, it’s getting harder and harder to find clean music. Now, this might not be a problem if you don’t have kids in the house, but if you do, than you know it’s tough to find good music that meets your approval. Your kids like the popular music, but you don’t like what the popular music is saying, and you definitely don’t want them singing it all around the house! So what do you do – take away the iPods and delete all the music? Well, that’s an option, I guess, but here’s a free and much easier solution: you could download the iOS app Music Bleeper. Like its name says, it goes through and bleeps out all the iffy parts of your (or your kid’s) music library.
It will scan your music against its database, and in turn will bleep out all the inappropriate parts of the song(s) as long as you use it as your default music player. And, if a certain song isn’t in Music Bleeper’s library, it will add it and bleep it out for you within a short amount of time.
Even though Music Bleeper is a good option, some say it’s a little buggy at the moment. Hopefully the bugs will be worked out in future updates. Until then, though, it’s a viable option to clean up some of the rough spots that your kids might be listening to.
What do you think?