The Story Of Three: musicBleeper App Review & $50 iTunes Gift Card Giveaway

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

musicBleeper App Review & $50 iTunes Gift Card Giveaway


I was compensated for sharing this information with you, however all opinions are my own!



We love using technology in our household, it's been great to have with the kids too, from dancing to music on our iPad to reading stories together & using social networks to stay connected with family & friends, our electronics are used by us pretty often. With that being said, it's important to set up safety features for my children, I was recently introduced to musicBleeper & after visiting their website, I knew this was one app that I had to download right away!

MusicBleeper is unlike any other app I've ever used, it's a censorship app that allows you to personally control the words you feel are inappropriate within your own playlist or your child's music! With musicBleeper you can relax & listen to music with your entire family without being worried about your children hearing profanity or inappropriate language! 
Once you've download the free musicBleeper app in iTunes, simply register for free or you can use your Facebook account to log in. Once your logged in, musicBleeper will scan all of the songs & playlists on your device, if for any reason they find a song on your device that isn't in their database, they will get to work right away to get your song scrubbed & available to you.

Using your settings screen in the musicBleeper app, you can personalize to your preference, manage unsafe words here, notifications & more. By default, all unsafe words found in your songs on your device are skipped when playing music, simply tap the on the word to change the status. You can even select an entire category to turn on or off, musicBleeper really allows you to listen to your music, your way!


They currently have over 91 potentially offensive words that users can skip over, this is really a great app! We listen to a lot of music together & my children pick up on everything, my daughter loves to sing along to a lot of our music & I don't ever want her hearing or repeating inappropriate words!

So what are you waiting for? Download the musicBleeper app in iTunes for FREE! It requires iOS 6.0 or later & is compatible with iPhone, iPad & iPod touch. Also be sure to stay connected with musicBleeper by following them on Facebook & Twitter!

Win it: One lucky reader will win a $50 iTunes gift card!

Use the Giveaway Tools form below to enter, good luck!

Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by musicBleeper. This giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest or Instagram. This giveaway will end December 29th. Giveaway is open to anyone in the US, 18+ & older. Winners will be posted via Giveaway Tools. No purchase is necessary & void where prohibited by law! Have questions? Email iheartmotherhoodblog@yahoo.com

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10 comments:

LesleyfromWI said...

I have not but I like that you can edit the words

lil_lady_dz said...

Yes, I have had this app on my phone for a few months now, and it comes in handy when my kids play the music on my phone, I love how you can manage unsafe words. Really nice app.

steve weber said...

I did, I think it's a great app and I will be using it when my nephew is around.

Jennifer T. said...

I like how you can manage the words you do and don't want your young ears hearing. I need to download this app.

Cheryl said...

Yes, I'm most excited about the Bleeper Filter.

Amanda Sakovitz said...

I haven't yet but I like how you can take out words you dont like

Stephanie said...

I have not used this yet, but I would be interested to see how it works with popular songs I have in my iTunes.

Mark Owen said...

I have already got $50 iTunes Gift Card from 4SaleUSA.com and I will apply this apps onto my mobile. Thanks for sharing information.

Mark Owen said...

It's great

Mark Owen said...

This is great