Anywhere.FM – the digital ubiquitous juke box?

August 4, 2007

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TechCrunch reports yesterday about the new online music player from anywhere.fm.
It sounds like a webbased version of iTunes. So you can here your entire music collection at home as well as at work – anywhere, no matter on which device. You just need an internet connection. And that means, when the mobile internet access is going better, dreams can come true.
You don`t need a harddisc anymore for your music. Your mobile player don`t need thousands of GB space. Just a buffer and an internet connection. No content update between several players…
The ultimate juke box!

And I also like the music discovery features. Not like on Last.fm where you get connections just on playlists of users, here you get the connection based on the library of other users.

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