Shuffler.fm, the curated music-discovery service designed to help users navigate the music shared by online publications and blogs, has rolled out an iPhone version of Pause, its recently-launched standalone multimedia music magazine.
Hitting the App Store back in February for iPad, Pause is essentially a curation of Shuffler.fm’s already-curated music service, so this is all about the crème de la crème of the best new music. It highlights the best songs, videos, albums and charts, as well as some of the best music writing from the likes of The New York Times, Pitchfork, The Fader, Fact magazine, Resident Advisor, XLR8R, DUMMY, among others.
Pause launched initially with a best of 2013 collection, but will be following this up with four quarterly editions throughout 2014 – the first of which is available with the latest update. You can grab the all-new iPhone version (as well as the existing iPad incarnation) from the App Store now.