Ahh Music! They say that music can soothe even the most savage of beasts. Music is a great way to help pass the time, and at times, to help concentrate. Numerous people within the TM office are listening to music at their desks while developing the great websites and web content you see from Trademark Productions. This helps a lot of us to get into the “zone.” As a matter a fact, I have my headphones in right now as I’m typing this and bopping my head up and down to Kid Cudi. The great thing about music is that there is a style out there for everyone. Some people enjoy various forms of rock music, hip-hop music, jazz, blues, classical, country, techno, etc. Whatever style of music you’re into; there is a band, artist or singer out there to help soothe your soul. But have you ever wondered what types of music are on your friends’ iPhones? Is there a way to find out? Surely an app exists for that very thing (and don’t call me Shirley)!


TRUE: There is a brand new app called Songasaurus which gives you the ability to connect with other users. You can do this by searching for friends or by searching for people nearby to your location. The app will show you what songs your friends are listening to the most. Users must accept your request to view their music, so if you have been spending the last week listening to Kid ‘N Play, you won’t have to be forced to share this information with your friends. Songasaurus gives you three main ways to gain access to your friend’s musical listening activity. The first way is the ability to see what songs you have in common with your friends. This option will also tell you how many times you and your friend listen to a particular song. Also, you can find out the ratings of a specific song. The second method shows the songs that you and your friends listen to the most. The last method gives you a timeline of the last time your friend listened to a particular song.

This sounds like an amazing app. I’m so intrigued by this, that I am presently downloading the app to my iPhone as we speak! Tell us your opinion of this interesting app. Do you think Songasaurus is a cool and innovative idea? Or is it another app which should be thrown to the wayside?

2 responses to “True and False Friday: Can I Find out What Music my Friends are Listening to on Their Phones?

Posted by JGreene65


Posted on August 8, 2011 at 9:48 am

Posted by The Baltimore Nightlife

I personally like R&B music. R&B began to focus more on solo artists rather than groups, a smooth, lush style of vocal arrangement. R&B is a music genre that combines elements of hip hop, soul, R&B and funk.

Posted on October 13, 2011 at 11:17 am

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