My friend Otniel Dan posted in this post something about Twitter Music app. Today I wanna say that Twitter Music app has released in US AppStore for iPhone and iPod. Twitter’s music service on the web, which has been available in limited beta to a few celebrities, will open for everyone later today. Billed as “a new way to discover music and emerging artists”, the native iOS app, which is conveniently named Twitter #music, basically wants to become your default social music discovery tool.
Currently, the software pulls songs from iTunes, Spotify and Rdio, but more sources are likely to be added in the future. Anyone can listen to iTunes previews in the app, but Rdio and Spotify subscribers can log in using their credentials to enjoy full tracks that are available in those respective catalogs…
Check out how it looks:
“Twitter and music go great together. People share and discover new songs and albums every day. Many of the most-followed accounts on Twitter are musicians, and half of all users follow at least one musician.
This is why artists turn to Twitter first to connect with their fans — and why we wanted to find a way to surface songs people are tweeting about.”
The #NowPlaying tab shows you what your friends are currently listening to.
And, of course, you can tweet songs right from the app.
The web application is also opening for everyone later today at music.twitter.com.
I think it’s a nice project. I think I will use it. If you want to hear what I listen, follow me on Twitter @lukaslutsch.
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