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Dazzboard takes music to FB

2010-10-29 15:27
 
San Francisco - Digital media sharing star Dazzboard on Thursday began letting Facebook users show their tastes in music, complete with samples and an easy way to buy tunes at the social networking service.

Dazzplay software available on line at apps.facebook.com/dazzplay lets members of the world's top online community store and synchronise music collections from all their gadgets and computers.

"We truly believe the launch of the Dazzplay Facebook app will be a game-changing moment in how people listen to music and share it with their friends," said Dazzboard chief executive Tero Salonen.

"A fully shareable platform for broadcasting your playlists to friends expresses the culmination of your musical attitude into a virtual personality, all managed through Dazzplay."

Dazzplay allows users to create custom playlists of music from their collections at iTunes, MP3 players, smartphones, or other sources and share them with Facebook friends.

Music aficionados can vie for the title of top DJ by creating playlists that win fans at Facebook.

Facebook members in North America or Europe can sample friends' music and then buy tracks from an online shop run by 7digital at us.7digital.com.

Dazzplay users are able to listen to short clips of songs, then buy and download tunes they want from 7digital's catalogue of over 11 million tracks in North America and Europe online at us.7digital.com.

Dazzboard has offices in California and Finland.


- AFP

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