Published on December 18th, 2009 | by Harel Shattenstein
Tunewiki Present The Musical “Twitter”
As you have already noticed we hold great respect for the social music player Tunewiki.
As long as a music player Tunewiki works like a charm, one click and you can watch the song video clip, and the revolutionary auto lyrics display.
But the social features where less intimate and except for the “top played songs by country”, the social information was not much of use, until today.
Tunewiki was fully launched on the OVI store and fully completed a race to a “cross platform” app (except WinMo and WebOS, yes that’s a hint).
The new version of Tunewiki includes a Twitter like feature that allows users to share their musical taste with others by displaying the playlist of songs they have played.
Secondly Tunewiki have worked with Flyscreen (a company that lets users place widgets on top of the homepage screen) for a Tunewiki widget.
We think that Tunewiki social essence is just starting to really pay off for the users, and the social info is now more useful, although we think that there is still a place for innovation.
For the new “cross platform” we wish that more OS’s will be added as the time passes by and more users can tune-in.
watch the new feature attach:
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