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What free app for iPhone albums without random order?


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I was doing some searching on Google because I don't how to create playlist, and I have been told that it was a pain to do because I want to play all songs in folder, and continue to the next album. Let's set an example, if I have two albums by U2, and ten songs in that album along with albums on other artists. How can I play each album, and each song by that artist in that album. In my search it said that the feature for repeat by albums has been disabled, and they recommend a couple of apps in the App Store. One of those apps are iShuffle. Will that take care of the job that I'm looking for?

I have the Verzion iPhone 4 32GB with iOS 4.2.10
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