Twitter in recent times has turned out to be a major social networking hangout with lot of users using it for various purposes. Some use it to keep track of their favorite celebs or teams or personalities and some use it to remain up-to-date of what their friends are doing. But today in this post I will be reviewing a web application that will allow you to find and discover new and underground music.
What is Serendip?
Serendip is basically a web app that helps users to keep track of the music shared in their Twitter profile by others. It simply filter-out YouTube links from people who you are following on Twitter. After filtering out the links you can play these songs directly within the app.
How Serendip Works?
First of all you have to log-in into your Twitter account, once you are in then the app will automatically scan all of your streams and single-out music videos that are shared by people you are following on Twitter. All the videos will be automatically queued up on a horizontal scroll bar, top of the app’s interface. Just click anyone of them and the video will start playing automatically. Normally the controls for music player are at the bottom but in Serendip you will find controls at the top.
You can also search for videos, just punch in a song name or an artist name and hit Enter. A pop-up will appear showing results for your query. When you mouse over a search result, Air and Play buttons pop-up. Clicking on the Play button will start playing the song, clicking on the Air button means that you are selecting the song to be shared. You can share the song with Twitter users and the Serendip users at the same time.
The app is pretty useful because it enables us to keep track of music being shared on Twitter and we can easily follow this music. You can start using Serendip by visiting their official website.