« Home | Search for File Downloads Online (AVI, MP3, RAR, ZIP) » | Clean Up YouTube Comments; Filter Out Undesirable ... » | SideReel Keeps Copyright Infringement Real; Takes ... » | Send Really Large Files to Anyone » | Torrentspy Bans US Visitors; Privacy Issues Cited » | Takezo Kensei: Sword Saint; Heroes Television Show... » | Swap and Store Unlimited Files with YouSwap » | Create and Share Celebrity Love Child Images » | Share Your iTunes Music Library over the Internet ... » | Catch Online TV and Videos on LikeVid »

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Store Your Music Collection Online and Listen Anywhere

MediaMaster doesn't tell you what to listen to. Instead, you're in control. Unlike sites like Pandora or Last.fm that recommend music to you, MediaMaster lets you play songs on demand.

The service lets you store your personal music collection online and allows you to share it with anyone you like. This is a step up from services that require you to keep your computer on all the time.

mediamaster musicIt also means you can create custom playlists that can be embedded on your MySpace or Facebook profile for your friends to listen to, for instance. While the service is in beta, you can upload as much music as you like for free. Digital music formats that are supported include non-DRM'ed MP3, AAC (M4A), and WMA files.

The playlist widget may be the weakest part of the "you're in control" marketing message. It's intended to be an Internet radio station, which is code for you can't skip around and play songs from anywhere in the playlist. Once you pick a song to start with, the widget just cycles through the list without stopping.

Competing services like Avvenu Player are more limited, only allowing you to store 250 songs online.

Related: Share Your iTunes Music Library Online


Send to a Friend!       Subscribe!      

    Stumble Upon Toolbar    

Comment Archive

Reader Comments:

Previous Posts

« Home