Today, Discogs, announces the launch of version 2.0 of the Discogs Android App, a significant update to the Discogs experience for Android users around the world. With version 2.0, Discogs Android users can expect a more immersive experience within the Discogs ecosystem including a more intense exploration of the Discogs Database, access to the Discogs Blog.


User Profile and Marketplace improvements, and a “Shake To Suggest” feature within the Discogs user’s Wantlist. Download Android version 2.0 HERE and enjoy a more intimate mobile experience with the most extensive physical music Database and largest Marketplace in the world.


Explore: Browse and explore the Discogs Database. Previously Discogs users needed to search for a specific Release, Artist, or Label to search discographies; now users can browse from the Search view.

Blog: Discogs users can now stay up-to-date with recent news and blog posts allowing users to access even more information about what’s going on in the Discogs community.

VinylHub: Browse record shops by country or region, or quickly locate a nearby shop. If the record shop sells on Discogs, you can quickly see how many items they have from your Wantlist, and navigate to their Discogs inventory.

Wantlist: Discogs users can “Shake To Suggest” their Android device from the Wantlist view allowing recommendations from the user’s Discogs Wantlist.

Profile: Quickly see Discogs user details for a more improved and deeper connection to the Discogs community.

Marketplace UX: Discogs has been fine-tuning the Marketplace experience so Buyers can purchase quickly and Sellers can better manage their orders.

DOWNLOAD: Discogs Android App 2.0 HERE – Discogs iOS App HERE

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

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