MySpace Launches Music Romeo Video App

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MySpace has launched a free music video application that can be accessed via its website or on the iPad.

The app called MySpace Music Romeo allows users to choose from 15 music genres such as pop or hip-hop and 13 moods including "chill" and "studying."

Music Romeo features a "Love" icon that users can click on when a favorite song is played and it will be added to their "Love" list. The more songs a user loves, the more Romeo plays music based on favorites.

Music Romeo crawls a number of social sites along with web pages and blogs to keep tabs on what’s trending online in real-time. Users cans share what videos they are watching with others on MySpace, Facebook and Twitter.




Other features of MySpace Music Romeo include:

*Purchase music from iTunes- Integration with the iTunes store allows users to download and purchase music or video.

*The web and iPad tablet are optimized for video viewing and allow for rich media content.

*While listening to a playlist, users have the option to skip up to 12 songs per day or six in one hour. A 15 second ad will play every 14 minutes.


MySpace Launches Music Romeo Video App
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  • http://www.newpalcity.com Edwin P. Rembitsky

    For Pete’s sake, WHY was this article even posted? Who cares about Meinspace? And how CHEESY is THIS latest flop from these FOX News Corps lackeys? Hpw many times do they have to fail at music launches to understand that no one cares?!? They can launch whatever they want and nobody (and I mean NOBODY) will care. There are more dead and abandoned profiles on Meinspace than there are stars in the heavens. The fact is, that no matter what these out-sourcing media moguls do to try to revive the old digital corpse known as Myspace, it has now (thankfully) gone the way of the dinosaur. This is primarily due to severe mismanagement combined with lousy content and a general lack of basic creativity. Facebook is next on the soon to be “extinct digital species list”. Good riddance to them too. Soon everyone will have their very own Social Networks and we won’t have to read paid PR nonsense about these i-media cretins.

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