Gmusic.com hopes to bring back the good times when people, not algorithms led others to great music.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) May 10, 2011
Gmusic allows users share any audio track on Facebook. The service hopes to encourage music discovery from friends and bring back the good times when people, not algorithms led others to great music. The website allows users to add audio to their Facebook wall and news-feed, in the same way that Google's YouTube.com allows users to add video content. The website is fully integrated with Facebook, and users can login with a Facebook account seamlessly. Gmusic's audio file discovery service, lets users upload songs, share recorded audio messages, or add their voice to any Facebook posting. Gmusic is extremely easy to use. Users begin by logging in with their Facebook credentials through Facebook Connect. Upon logging in, the Gmusic.com public home page turns into a user's private Gmusic home page. Users are then able to upload any audio file to a queue. From the queue, they may simply press on the fShare button next to their latest uploaded songs, and an embedded flash audio player will appear on their wall and in the news feed on Facebook. Only the latest song uploaded will be playable during the BETA period. Gmusic will be releasing a mobile version of its music discovery service on Google's Android platform soon.
The Gmusic.com homepage contains statistics on the most liked, disliked, and shared songs across Facebook via Gmusic's service.