Whyd, Music playlist discovery
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Everyone's music playlist. Collect and share the songs you love from any music service in one simple beautiful place.
• Collect songs you like from YouTube, Soundcloud, Vimeo, Deezer, etc, to your Whyd profile.
• Build a beautiful profile to share your music collection with other similar music lovers around the world.
• Organize your music into playlists, and take your fresh new music with you wherever you are.
• Connect with the people who are discovering the best of the newest music in the world.
Whyd's mission is to provide a place for music lovers to connect and share music with each other, no matter which services they use. Like Pinterest for images, Twitter for news, or Foursquare for places, Whyd is revolutionizing the way that we connect around - and with - music.
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"Whyd changed my life. Now I waste no time seeking out new music, after following a few people, I have an endless stream of new music. Thanks Whyd!"
"Finally, a place where music lovers like me can focus only on music, without losing track of it in the flood of social posts on Facebook or Twitter."
"Adding songs to my playlists from anywhere is a huge plus for me. Now I never have to worry about if a song is available on Spotify, I have Whyd."
What's New in Version 1.6
• HD Videos on WiFi
• Improved playback
No multi-service linking
I'm not sure if I missing something or if all the reviews on here were hired. The interface is ridiculously simple, in a way that lacks functions described in the App Store description.
Most notably, I keep reading of a feature that is supposed to link between all third-party music services, allowing you to add music from any one to a playlist in Whyd. I've looked through the app and there isn't a functionality that extends past the basics that every music app has.
Aside from functionality, the UI and the UX is lacking considerably as well.
Unless the third party linking capability is actually there and doesn't require a trip through a wardrobe of fur coats to access, the app proved to be a waste of time and quite a tease.
Neat concept; buggy
I like that I can organize my music that I find across other sites can be found here and played in my own playlist. A bit buggy though. Sometimes it will crash but a simple restart can get you back to what you were doing.
Great app, needs work
Fab way to explore, listen, and store music. Cool look and community. I've discovered some great new songs and refound some forgotten faves.
The buggy freezing and crashing is pretty frustrating, but i tolerate it and still recommend to friends.