There is a plethora of music-streaming options available for audiophiles, from Spotify and Rdio to Pandora and Slacker.
Another, Twitter-integrated option to consider: Serendip.
You can sign up for Serendip, headquartered in Tel Aviv, with either Twitter or Facebook, for free. There’s both a web app and an iOS app.
The way it works is by putting social front and center; your music library is composed of the tracks your friends from Twitter and Facebook are sharing. Serendip essentially creates a personal music channel in real-time based on music shared by the “DJs” you follow on social networks.
Each song in your feed on the app is linked to the person who shared it.
Where is the music sourced from? Serendip collects in real-time publicly available music shared on Twitter and Facebook from YouTube, Soundcloud, Vimeo and Bandcamp.
Here’s a video explaining more about the app:
The Serendip app is available in the App Store.
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