FREE Beta Invites: Serendip.me “The smartest music integration to Twitter that I’ve seen.”
It's FREE MUSIC TECH BETA INVITE WEEK on Hypebot with 1-3 startups sharing beta invites each day. First up is Serendip. This web app "offers the smartest music integration to Twitter that I’ve seen," Nancy Messieh rote on TheNextWeb. "While other services make it easy to share music with my followers, they don’t make it easy to keep up with what my friends have been listening to."
Serendip first caught my eye when the founder wrote that a post by George Howard on Hypebot had been a big inspiration for the startup, and appears on our slide deck. Powered by music from YouTube, Serendip allows users to "listen" to the sound of their social network, turn friends into personal DJs, and discover more people who share their taste in music.
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I signed in and didn’t know what was going on.
Kept clicking the “log in with Twitter” button and nothing happened. Tried it in Chrome and Firefox. Anyone else having that same problem?
i didn’t have any issue logging on. the player is clean and straight forward. and i like that unlike pandora, you can replay a song if you really like it.
it would be nice to know what those buttons on the left of the player are for. i clicked on both to find out, so i know now. i’m just saying that the icons are not intuitive, and it would be cool to offer descriptions when you hover your cursor over each button.
how does a musician get in rotation?
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