Posted by Charlie O'Shea | Posted in Charlie O'Shea, Other Finds | Posted on 07-08-2009


Moof is a new browser based media library designed by the same man behind dailybooth, Jon Wheatley. It’s still in it’s early stages at the moment so expect more features to be added in the future.

The main idea to this platform is to make the music social with the ability to send playlists to your friends. It also serves as a way to back up your iTunes library. You can export it as an .xml file and upload it to moof to have the ability to access it where ever you are.

Moof works by streaming the tracks from youtube. There are no adverts played whilst you listen unlike spotify and you are more likely to be able to listen to the niche songs in your library.

Also, it has a great sign up form, it’s worth joining just for that.

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