Aside from having tested its features and services already, new music sharing and playing in the cloud service, tunesBag finally goes out of public beta after being in close-by-invitation only mode for quite some time now. Earlier, tunesBag has released a web client, Adobe-AIR desktop client, Â iPhone and Facebook apps.
Offering both a free ad-supported version as well as a paid premium subscription, tunesBag lets you upload your music collection to its cloud storage and then play them anytime, anywhere. tunesBag also lets you easily share your playlists and invididuals via email and social networking updates. You can also rate and recommend songs and playlists to anyone. In other words, tunesBag is your standard online music sharing service.
And to avoid copyright issues, tunesBag only allows music sharing in countries where it is legally covered by licensing agreements. tunesBag will determine this through your IP addresse. Likewise, tunesBag may also refer users with restricted access to licensed music to other online sources where they can listen or find information about those music tracks.
Want to take tunesBag for a spin? Â Sign up here.
Originally posted on December 23, 2009 @ 6:03 pm