ShareMyPlaylists, the music social network built on top of Spotify with the specific purpose of sharing playlists, has landed on the iPad. Interestingly, this is before the European music streaming service has its own dedicated app for Apple’s tablet.
ShareMyPlaylists, the music social network riding the Spotify wave, has introduced Foursquare-style badges. Only in this case the aim isn’t to add gaming metrics to the service, although it’s possible that some may try to game the system, but to reward users for creating popular and high quality playlists. Or to put it another way, “encourage more sharing and repeat use of the site”, explains… → Read More
Dumping its previous infrastructure based on WordPress and Buddypress (you’d be surprised how many social offerings start off that way such is the low barrier of entry), the site has been re-engineered with… → Read More
Kieron Donoghue, the guy behind ShareMyPlaylists, appears to be riding the Spotify wave again.
Today he launches BigAudioAds.com, a service designed to make it easier to produce a professional sounding audio ad ready for ‘broadcast’ on ad-supported music streaming services such as Spotify and the UK’s We7. Although, of course, the resulting ads can be placed anywhere. Right now Spotify is… → Read More
In fact, on the very same day one such offering, ShareMyPlaylists.com, announced that it had received a significant round of funding, news which was largely buried under the weight of Spotify’s news.
Which begs the… → Read More
Ever wished Spotify were a litte more… social? That you could share playlists with friends and discuss your favourite tracks? Well, you have been able to for a while with community site ShareMyPlaylists, but the site has just relaunched. The result that its name is now deceiving: you can do an awful lot more than just share playlists. In fact, with its “wire” (a bit like a wall)… → Read More