Discuz has been a major part of the online music industry for some time now, but it recently started focusing more on providing a search engine for music files rather than just searching the web for albums and songs.
Now, it’s announced a new app called Discuz Template Diy, which can help you find the files you want to see.
The app works in tandem with a search feature found on the Discuz web site, which will then let you narrow down your search results to just what you’re looking for.
Discuz Diy has three options for searching for files: You can use the search box to narrow down the search to just a few of the most popular file types (such as a song or artist) You can narrow down a search by the file type, artist, and album title You can search by a specific track, album, or artist (for example, a song by Beyonce) You have to sign in to the app in order to search for files, but the default settings make it simple to find your way around.
You can even search by artists and tracks in the catalog (i.e., if you’re a fan of the band Foo Fighters, you can search for their songs).
There are no limits to the types of files you can find, though.
“If you’re interested in finding songs by an artist or a specific artist or track, we can find you that way,” Discuz CEO Eric Krieg told Ars Technia.
“There’s no limit on what we can search.”
Discuz also has a new site, discuzforum.com, which has more information on how to find files.
The site includes links to the main Discuz app and Discuz forums.
Discuze has always focused on giving its users the best possible experience when it comes to downloading, so it’s no surprise that the app also offers search functionality.
The discuztemplatediy search box works on the search field and on the discuz forum, but also on Discuz’s own web site.