by Taylor Martin | April 18, 2013 3:08 PM
It's always fun to discover new music, and one of the best ways to do that is through the people you know, either online or in real life. And since many of us spend a great deal of our online time on social media, various networks have become hotbeds for music discovery. Facebook, for example, teamed-up with Spotify to stream what you're listening to on Spotify to your Facebook News Feed in real time. Today, Twitter officially launched its social music discovery app, #music. (Yes, the name has a hashtag in it.) The service is only currently available on iOS and via desktop browser at ...
by Michael Fisher | April 18, 2013 2:01 PM
We didn't expect to run the Weekly with a skeleton crew two weeks in a row - and it's a good thing we didn't have to. Mere minutes into this week's Tony-and-Michael-only podcast, Taylor Martin arrives to save us from the spectre of a fun, but low-energy, two-man show. In its place: jokes, laughs, and a lot of industry insight you're gonna wanna put your ears on. We talk phone batteries that can jump-start your car, what place Twitter has in music, whether we should be excited about Motorola's X phone or Nokia's aluminum Catwalk, and the strengths and weaknesses of Windows Phone, Facebook ...
by Anton D. Nagy | April 18, 2013 8:52 AM
After being present in the rumors recently, Twitter #music is now official as the social networking giant has officially made the announcement today. The offering is referring to music discovery, and, as the company states, it is a "new service that will change the way people find music, based on Twitter". Since Twitter is so popular and a lot of data is being exchanged, the service will monitor and use Twitter activity, including tweets and engagement, to "detect and surface the most popular tracks and emerging artists". If you're into music than you'll like how Twitter #music will bring ...
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