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Groovylists makes Grooveshark playlists from iTunes, Last.fm, or Spotify

If you love music site Grooveshark for its huge streaming music library, but hate the process of recreating your favorite playlists for Grooveshark use, you'll love Groovylists. This little web app copies any playlist you've set up in iTunes, Spotify, or Last.fm, right over to Grooveshark, with a few limitations. Groovylists can't import playlists bigger than 200 songs, so you can't use it to...

Google Docs to get audio playback, playlists and preview pane

Some recently discovered code in Google Docs suggests that add an audio player with playlist management will be added to the service, as well as a preview pane that will let users quickly preview files without opening them. The code has been posted on Google Operating System, and it contains references to "previewpane," "mediapreview-audioplayer," and "addtomediaqueue." From the looks of it, the...

Hulu adds playlists and streamlines navigation

If you're a fan of streaming TV and movie site Hulu, you just got a little holiday present: a playlist feature and a new navigation bar. The plus symbol near each video brings up the option to add that video to your queue or add it to a playlist, and the playlist option will prompt you to create a new list or pick an existing one. At long last, watching episodes or movies back-to-back on Hulu is...

Apple's Ping adds support for collaborative, social playlists

Ping, Apple's music-centered social network, has received an update that may make your iTunes-based music listening just a tad more social. You can now create playlists of your favorite songs -- which you can make public to your Ping followers. They can then rate or review any of your public playlists, and, even collaborate on public playlists with you -- provided that you tick the necessary box...

Streaming music site Grooveshark previews new look, features to VIPs

Grooveshark is an excellent streaming audio service, and one of our favorites here at Download Squad. Yesterday, they announced early access to a redesigned Grooveshark 2.0 for VIP users. The interface has been revamped, and long gone are the days where I had to upload missing tracks. Grooveshark's library is massive, and I've been able to find bands that I once dug out of the Camelot Music...

Listen Up! Entire Warner music and video catalog - FREE on imeem

imeem and Warner Music Group launched a historic partnership today with the release of Warner's entire music and video catalog available to imeem users in North America for interactive, on-demand streaming on imeem's free, ad-supported service. imeem is a social network where users share content and discover new blogs, photos, music and video. This is an apparent about face as Warner had sued...

Slacker - new desktop app for your tunes

Slacker the internet radio for people who are, uh slackers, or too weary to create playlists for their tunes, has just released a desktop app in beta. You can now manage your entire music library and create playlists. (Gasp!) This goes without saying, but only if you want to. You can still be the slacker you were before you downloaded the desktop app. Some neat features of the desktop app are...

AutoRate your iTunes music (Mac)

Our previous iTunes tip for creating playlists involved manually tagging each song you listen to based on the mood you feel it represents. If you're too lazy for that, maybe you'd prefer AutoRate. The concept of Autorate is simple; look at your listening habits, and rate your iTunes / iPod music based on how often you listen to a song, and how often you skip it. While we tend to be way too...

Moody - song tagger and iTunes playlist generator (Mac)

One of the things that technology should be able to help us with is to figure out what we really want, and give it to us. While that may sound like a tall order when you think about the entirety of it, when applied to specific scenarios, it makes sense. For example, Amazon can give you some pretty good ideas about books you might like to read based on your previous buying habits. Along with book...

Exporting iTunes playlists - an update

Back in early January I wrote a post called Exporting iTunes playlists to non-iPods? - Ask DLS. At the time, it turned out that there wasn't a good replacement for the tool I had been using to move both playlists and the actual sound files to my non iPod MP3 player. Now there is. Many readers suggested iTunes Export as the tool I ought to use to accomplish my task, but at the time it didn't...

beaTunes - create better playlists in iTunes

It seems like there are quite a number of utilities popping up that are intended to make creating playlists in iTunes easier. Each takes a different tack, and one of the new ones, beaTunes, is worth noting. beaTunes is a completely separate interface that mimics iTunes to a certain extent. It does file analysis on your non-DRM music files (MP3s) to provide two primary pieces of information: the...

Exporting iTunes playlists to non-iPods? - Ask DLS

A little over a year ago I wrote a post entitled How to Fix iTunes. One of the utilities I pointed to in that article is called idleTunes, and I used it to keep my iTunes library tuned up, and to export playlists of podcasts to my non-iPod MP3 player. While I still love idleTunes, it stopped working with iTunes back when Apple updated to iTunes version 6, and has not been updated since last...

Bloglines adds Playlists and Glimpse

Bloglines has just pushed out an update that adds a tab to its interface called Playlists. Here's how they describe Playlists: Playlists lets you create short groupings of feeds to access from your main list. Create as many as you like, and use them to personalize your Bloglines experience that much more. Create them, change them, even delete them--all without changing your original "tree" of...