Blip.fm is a new web app that lets you tell people what you’re listening to… with a comment. The look and feel is also similar to Twitter posing the simple question ‘What are you listening to?’. It’s a really nice example of integration and how apps and services are finally feeling “more connected” hooking up… Continue reading Blip.fm – hellokinsella radio arrives
I’ve been playing with a few Apps for my new iPhone and there’s some nice stuff out there. Netvibes, Remote, Last.fm and Facebook are on my “keep” list and one of these will be next. Shazam and Midomi have slightly different features sets but both use some very clever technologies to recognise music; and ask… Continue reading Shazam and Midomi: Sounds like a magic trick, but it’s mobile technology voodoo
Muxmaster is a wicked desktop app built with Adobe AIR that lets you stream music from Muxtape.com, and explore different mixes to find new music. All my iTunes music is on an external HD which I often can’t be bothered carting about so this app is great if I’m travelling or streaming music around the… Continue reading Music everywhere you go. Muxmaster is your mobile jukebox.
I’ve just got into Twitter, early days and who knows if it’ll stick. I do love the way it captures a moment though. So if you use Facebook there’s a nifty little app that lets you keep updating your blog + mates, whilst it updates your status in the background. http://apps.facebook.com/twitter/ UPDATE: There’s seems… Continue reading Update your Facebook status via Twitter