It was also created specifically for smart phones to make the program truly portable.
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 9, 2009
The Bubblebeats™ graphic music app made its debut in the Android Market today offering a fun, flexible alternative to linear, text-based music programs. By loading songs into colorful bubbles on a smart phone screen, users can create and share music playlists that never get repetitive because they never play the same way twice. Plus, all the music lives in the phone. There is no need to sync-up with a laptop, desktop or a Web site.
"The goal with Bubblebeats was to break the old playlist paradigm by creating a graphical interface that is fun to use and offers infinite possibilities for enjoying music," said founder/developer, Jason Van Anden. "It was also created specifically for smart phones to make the program truly portable."
Bubblebeats is entered in the Android Developers Challenge 2 and is available for download free in the Android Market. For more information go to http://www.bubblebeats.com.