May 6, 2012

New iOS App For Spotify That Emphasises Social Curation: ShareMyPlaylists
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“While Spotify now has a rich seam of third-party apps built for its platform, ShareMyPlaylists has been around almost as long as the music streaming service itself, helping users curate collections of music for each other.

 

Now with its completely rewritten iOS app, it’s taking the experience mobile, letting you discover and listen to Spotify music in a fresh way.

 

The app opens up to a choice of featured playlists.

Digging deeper, you can find the most played playlists, the current top 50 playlists, and the latest lists added on the ShareMyPlaylists website. If you have an idea of the type of music you’re looking for, you can browse playlists by genre or do a free text search.

 

Once you find a playlist that appeals to you, it will be played in-app from Spotify’s library using the LibSpotify API. Playlists can be shared from the app via Twitter, Facebook, email and even SMS.

 

This is essentially an alternative interface for Spotify that emphasises social curation…”

 

Read full article:

http://thenextweb.com/apps/2012/05/05/sharemyplaylists-new-ios-app-is-a-whole-new-way-to-experience-spotify-on-the-go/

 

Check out the app here: http://sharemyplaylists.com

 
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