Commutes Suck. Trips Rock. Welcome to Roadtrip! A music listening app that invites you and your friends to jam out together. Play DJ or sit back and let someone else DJ your next commute, workout, or even just a few spare minutes!
Collect and share all the music you love from any source but reunited in the same place.
- Collect the music you love from Youtube, SoundCloud, Vimeo, Deezer, etc., on your profile Whyd.
- organize your playlists and listen to your favorite sounds from anywhere!
- Stay connected to the people who discover the best music around the world.
SpotyTube helps you discover new music videos that's trending, viral & topping charts across the Globe!
What makes SpotyTube different from anyone else out there is the most accurate music content it provides. We curate your playlist based on Spotify, Billboard & YouTube. So it's guaranteed your playlist and charts are always up to date!
A Chrome extension that lets you see what your favorite artists and friends are listening to on SoundCloud
Songshare for macOS is the fastest way to share what's playing. Songshare lets you share the Spotify or Apple Music link to your current song, regardless which app you're listening on. No account setup required. Just click the icon in your status bar to grab either the Spotify or iTunes share link!
BLKBOX is a social music platform allowing friends to share songs, music videos, or moments of their lives paired with music. The cross platform messenger ties all premium music services together allowing friends to share songs regardless of music source- we do all that thinking for you.
Colour your music!
An app called Bindtape lets you share the entire experience of music and art. Express the mood of the moment through image, text, playlist and colour. Create your unique synesthetic feed.
Explore playlists organised by colour and mood.
An app is FREE, but you need an Apple Music subscription to listen music inside the app.
Tracker Radio allows fans to explore the vast, largely forgotten, music created by talented amateurs during the demo scene and early gaming hey day's of the 90's. Listen to tracks in their original form, and even dig deeper with the partner project WeTracker, to understand some of the techniques used to create such innovative sounding music.