Qbox Indexes Music Of Social Web

SOCIAL NETWORK (Hypebot) – SINGLE PLAYER DRAWS FROM MULTIPLE SOURCES

With tens of millions of users, social networking sites have become a destinations for music discovery. But they limit music search to their own sites, are largely browser-dependent, and offer limited listening and bookmarking options. Qbox eliminates these boundaries.

Now in beta, Qbox indexes the music on MySpace, YouTube and Bebo and empowers users to search, organize, and listen to the entire catalog of music available through a single point of access.

Qbox is an integrated hybrid desktop/web application, designed for user freedom and access to content from multiple social networks:

  • Qbox's Qplayer is an ultra-light download and unobtrusive desktop player that provides on-demand access to over 21 million songs from MySpace, YouTube, and Bebo – with more supported sites to come.
  • Meanwhile, Qbox.com offers library and playlist management, and acts as a collaborative database of streaming music, continually edited and improved by users and artists.

    Key features of Qbox's service include:

  • Seamless Playback — Users enjoy seamless, continuous listening as Qbox streams tracks from multiple social sites into a single playlist.
  • Music Bookmarking and Online Management
  • With the "Music Clipping" feature, users can easily "save" streaming links to their Qbox.com libraries, which are automatically organized by artist and album.
  • Music Feed – Similar to Facebook's extremely popular News Feed feature, the Music Feed allows users to follow their friends' music listening patterns and discoveries.
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