It’s been a while since I last visited and logged on to Blogmusik so when I logged in a couple days ago, I was surprised to see a totally new design and additional cool features.

When I came across Blogmusik last year, it was still in it’s initial Beta testing phase and had limited features. The initial design of Blogmusik was that of a virtual iPod. Now it’s totally different and I can say that the guys behind it have done a great job. Previously, Blogmusik was available in only two languages – English and French. Now it’s also available in German, Spanish, Italian and Hebrew. The new-gen Blogmusik is in it’s v2 Beta with a lot of cool new features.

Screenshots:

Main Page
Blogmusik

Playlist
Blogmusik

SmartPlaylist
Blogmusik

I love Blogmusik’s new layout and features. The playlists are easier to access and manage. Search results are now displayed vertically and ranked according to artist, album, song and rating, making it easier to find the songs that you want. Adding new tracks can be done drag-n-drop style into any existing playlist.

Blog & Share – lets users embed tracks into their blogs using Blogmusik’s single track embeddable player. As of yesterday, the embeddable player is now compatible with all major blogging formats.

Waiting Playlist – a temporary playlist where you can drag and drop songs into and gets reset everytime you exit the site.

SmartPlaylist – a playlist of 48 tracks that are related based on genre and artist of a song you’re currently listening to. This playlist can not be saved but you can drag and drop a song that you like into any of your existing playlists.

What are you waiting for? Try out the new Blogmusik!

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3 Comments

  • JP Habaradas, May 13, 2007 @ 11:02 AM

    @bluepanjeet – Yeah, it's a cool site and it's a good way of having a virtual collection of your favorite songs. Thanks! :)

    @jhay – You should try it, just to see for yourself. You might like it. :D

  • jhay, May 13, 2007 @ 3:33 AM

    Never tried this service before. I was never a fan of this kind of sites. ;)

  • bluepanjeet, May 12, 2007 @ 9:25 PM

    I think that is so cool bro. I'll sign up immediately. My account on another mp3 sharing is almost out of bandwidth, and the theme of my site is actually dependent on music. nice review pards. :)

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