Wednesday, September 24, 2014
musicBleeper Launches Music Bleeping App
Tired of your kids listening to profanity laced music? Tustin-based Bleeper said Tuesday that it has launched a new app called musicBleeper, which filters out objectionable words in music on any iOS device playlist. According to the company, its new app scans through songs in a playlist and scrubs words from the music, based on a library of songs maintained by the company. The company said the app can be customized to bleep out certain words based on a children's age, religious affiliation, or other parameters. Bleeper is led by Vikas Vanjani.