Stereomood now on your mobile or tablet. Feeling happy, sad or lost in Jamaica? With the click of a...4 Likes Install from Google Play
Stereomood now on your mobile or tablet. Feeling happy, sad or lost in Jamaica? With the click of a button you’ll have a ready-made playlist for every time in your life: choose your mood from our stereotags, listen, discover new music, tag and share your emotions in music. Bring the Stereomood experience always with you! Hundreds mood-based playlists that pool the best independent music from top music blogs and artist submission. Each playlist is generated from tags and users’ preferences and changes every day.
Discover more info about the artist (tablet only) and see the source of the track by tapping the info button or the album cover.
Tag each song by mood, helping to build the coolest community of emotional-based music. Love your favorite tracks and share them with your friends on Facebook and Twitter.
If you really love a track, you can buy it on Amazon.
Demo video here: Android mobile - http://youtu.be/zB997uKGrkg Android tablet - http://youtu.be/2_1wIFb24Go
FEATURES: • register and listen for free • listen to over 100 mood playlists • share your mood and music with your friends on Facebook and Twitter • tag the songs by mood, helping us to build the mood based playlists • discover new artists through your mood • discover your emotional profile of the week by clicking on "my mood" filter • send us your photo, we'll bring your photo to life, every week • if you find ads annoying buy us a coffee and get rid of them • artist bio (tablet only)
Press: • Forbes: "If Pandora stands as the reigning brain of internet radio, new competitor Stereomood may be its heart" • Mashable: "Find music that suits your mood" • Telegraph: "Stereomood aims to play you songs that match how you feel" • The Huffington Post: "Perfect for the lazy as well as the busy and a great way to expose your ears to some new artists" • Lifehacker: "Services abound for finding music by genre or musical-relation, but what if the parameter you want is your mood?" • Urbandaddy: “We'd like to introduce you to your own personal music director.” • The Atlantic : “Stereomood's mood-based taxonomy and open tagging model remains an interesting, social alternative to thinking about music recommendations on the web”