The original Spotify app--the one on computers, not phones--started out with a very simple premise: Share free music with friends, and do it in a comfortable interface that we all knew (iTunes). Rather than out-design Apple, Spotify stole and stole hard.
It was a smart approach. Many of us transitioned to a cloud music library without even realizing the cloud was there (or even knowing what the cloud was).
Swarm.fm is the latest music-themed app to hit Spotify‘s burgeoning platform, having secured first prize at Spotify’s Music Apps Hack Weekend earlier this year. The premise behind Swarm.fm is simple... Read Post
Mixel, a new iPad app, invites people to make really simple photo collages that can be shared easily among friends and remixed into new creations that form a sort of visual conversation. The free app tries to make art fun and casual... Read Post