Online music service Muziic has launched its official iPhone app, which lets users search and browse music and music videos from YouTube, create playlists and listen to internet radio stations, while also tapping through to buy songs from Apple’s iTunes Store. Social features include the ability to tweet about tracks. The app went live this weekend, and is free. Muziic originally launched as a desktop app in March 2009, before relaunching at Christmas as a website – causing controversy when it also let people access Vevo videos without the ads.

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