imeem Mobile’s New MyMusic Feature Helps People Enjoy Their Music Anywhere
People Can Now Access their Personal imeem Music Library through their Android-Powered Phones
SAN FRANCISCO – February 24, 2009 – imeem, the leading social music service, today launched the latest version of imeem Mobile, its award-winning social music application for the Android platform.
The updated version of imeem Mobile includes MyMusic, a new feature which enables music lovers to access and stream their personal imeem music library through their Android-powered phones. With MyMusic, people can now browse through the music they already own and have uploaded to imeem.com and play these songs wherever and whenever they want. The enhanced version of imeem Mobile is available as a free download starting today through the Android Market (http://www.android.com/market.html).
MyMusic builds on imeem Mobile’s existing features, which allow people to create custom Internet radio stations by searching for specific artists, discover new music through personalized recommendations and artist bios, listen to the most popular artists in the imeem community, and purchase DRM-free MP3s through the Amazon MP3 application, all from their mobile device.
“Our community has been asking for this feature since we launched imeem Mobile last fall,” said Dalton Caldwell, founder and CEO of imeem. “We’re happy to give them what they want – access to their music from the cloud-and to help drive download sales by adding more value to the music people buy online. That’s good for music fans, for the industry and for imeem.”
The new version of imeem Mobile includes additional new features that make it easier for people to access and share their favorite music on the go, including:
- “Favorite” Stations: imeem Mobile now includes two new personalized Favorite stations comprised of “favorited” artists and songs . Now, people can create a customized listening experience by programming their own radio stations.
- Share with a friend: Music fans can now share their favorite songs with friends via email. Friends receive an email with a link to the full-length song on imeem.com.
imeem Mobile was recently honored as 2008’s “Best Mobile App” at the Crunchies, an awards event co-sponsored by leading blogs TechCrunch, VentureBeat, GigaOm and Silicon Alley Insider honoring “the best of the best of the web.” Since launching in October, imeem Mobile has become the number one streaming music application in the Android Market and is one of the 15 most popular applications on the Android platform. More information about imeem Mobile is available at http://www.imeem.com/mobile.
imeem is the world’s largest social music service that enables users to discover, interact and express themselves with media, including music, video, photos and playlists, and form connections with other people based on shared tastes and interests. By using innovative media expression tools and social discovery features, including custom music playlists, video channels, photo slideshows and blogs, the imeem community can share their tastes with friends and fans on imeem and across the Web.
imeem is the first social network to partner with all four major labels as well as thousands of independent labels and video providers to offer free, on-demand streaming of all music and video content on an ad-supported basis. Launched in March 2006, the Web-based service attracts over 25 million unique users a month. imeem’s network of embeddable audio and video playlist widgets reaches over 85 million users a month, according to Quantcast. To learn more, visit http://www.imeem.com.
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