MusicSense

Learns your music tastes and suggests songs

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Eric Willis
Eric WillisHunter@erictwillis · Working on something new
MusicSense analyzes the user’s music content (from e.g. social media and iTunes) and based on that builds a personalized playlist.
Evan Varsamis
Evan Varsamis@evanvar · Founder & CEO The Gadget Flow
@erictwillis does it analyzes onwards or also your history?
Vlad Vernigora
Vlad VernigoraMaker@vlad_vernigora · 10tracks.com & musicsense.me founder
@evanvar @erictwillis Hi, MusicSense analyzes a current music collection in iTunes, likes in social networks and history of played songs on a smartphone.
Olga Sklyar
Olga SklyarMaker@olgasklyar · CEO and Co-Founder of MusicSense
@erictwillis Thanks for the post Eric!
Dae Bogan
Dae Bogan@daeboganmusic · Founder @TuneRegistry & @RoyaltyClaim
@vlad_vernigora @erictwillis When you recommend new songs, from what service does the user access the music?
Robin
Robin@pacorob
I really love this app especially the unlimited skipping and offline feature of it. I just discovered it very recently. A few things which could be improved are: 1) suggested artists are a bit limited 2) disliked tracks sometimes come back and play again 3) the playlists sometimes switches back to 30 tracks per playlist although it previously had e.g. 68 tracks 4) genre stations would be nice to add in a future version e.g. Decades (80,90s,pop,dance)
Robin
Robin@pacorob
Since the latest App update their seem to be problems with continuing playing of tracks while listening to tracks in favorites while offline. After one or two tracks I have to open up the app again in order to listen to one track of that favorites list. I did leave the app in the background ofcourse. Besides that I hope a monthly subscription option for 1-5 euro would be an option so this service remains available. I did notice the one time only 9.99 in app option for major countries like Germany but it isn't an option for e.g. the Netherlands.