Make and Save Playlists at
24th March 2009
shortage of services that allow you to mix and match
streaming music from around the Web into your own
playlists and virtual mix tapes.
But few of them
give you the feeling that you're using a real Web
app designed for music, and even fewer provide you a
gateway to learn more about the artist or the music
that you're listening to. MixTape.me allows you to make and save
your own virtual mix tapes, share them with the
community, browse lyrics, watch videos, and more.
One of the best things about
MixTape.me is that it looks and feels like a desktop
music player. The Web app was developed by Adam Pash,
editor, and he claims the goal from the outset was
to create a service that brought the features and
functionality of a desktop player into your Web
browser, along with a large catalog of music,
videos, and other related information.
The beauty of MixTape.me is that you
can browse for songs and listen to the mix tapes
that other users have created without signing up for
an account. So if you're looking only for a
streaming music service you're set; but if you want
a more robust experience and like to be engaged with
your music, the service has you covered there too.