Who uploads music files to Soundcloud and aims to be available on the mobile internet should try Appy Pie. Appy Pie is an app builder enabling to create mobile apps without the need of programming skills. It has an integration with Soundcloud to get the content into the app and does provide a comfortable service at all by being compatible to all common mobile app platforms. The service is available in a free and various premium versions to be distinguished by prices and features. To learn more visit Appy Pie.
Who reads the TRAEXS blog regularly knows about the many music publishing and sharing sites and who do publish dj sets or other kind of mixes probably looked for an option to mark particular tracks within a set, something usually not being possible.
This is different at the cloud music hosting service Mixcloud, where I just did some research for another service and by this just tried the upload feature for the first time for the associated site traex.de. And this feature is great at Mixcloud and it solves exactly the problem of marking particular tracks within a mix. Uploading happens by a common interface accompanied by facilities to add information as usual. After this common page a further particular page follows enabling to set time stamps marking the beginning and ending of particular tracks. This leads to displaying the right information at the right point while playing a file and even to navigation within a file like the embedded and comfortable Mixcloud player shows below. The service by the way is free and for more visit Mixcloud.
Social music players to listen to music synchronous have already been a topic by the introduction of the meanwhile disappeared browser plugin uPlayMe.com. Now Create Digital Music reports about two new applications enabling to listen to music together on the web similar to the already known video show rooms to view video together.
The both players are the MuMu Player and Listening Room. These applications are working in a similar way like video show rooms or instant chats. A user have to create a room and may invite others to listen together. In the case of the MuMu Player and opposed to Listening Room there is even no registration required. Furthermore the MuMu Player is able to connect to social networks to invite friends.
Moof is a webbased music player software, which has the same functions as desktop music players. The app includes a music search engine and playlist editor. Too, there is the ability to exchange data and to synchronize the app with other music player software. Additionally the web app is equipped with social networking and music sharing facilities. Below there is a video introduction by Moof.
Muziic is a new music player software, that has been launched just a couple of weeks ago. By broad coverage at wellknown online publications, the software has already become popular.
The music player software has the common and comfortable elements like a playlist editor and an encoder. To find music a search function is integrated searching music at YouTube, which ensures a broad choice and legal free listening. Last but not least uploads are feasible and the creation of own channels. Furthermore the software is equipped with social networking functions, something that other music player software misses.