Play.fm is giving the gift of cool to house partiers and wannabe disc jockeys the world over with the recent release of the Play.fm App, a tool that provides a wealth of club music and social features through a single, handy resource.
The Play.fm App is designed for casual listeners and serious enthusiasts alike, offering an easy way to enjoy a party-ready background soundtrack or an appropriate forum for club music devotees to find new artists and catch up on recent sets. The app allows users to listen to an (impressively vast) store of live recordings and mixes, filtering by name, genre and popularity and is being consistently updated with new music from recent concerts, radio performances and festivals.
Currently, Play.fm provides access to over 30,000 DJ sets drawn from big names (like Gilles Peterson and Ellen Allien) and underground acts from across roughly 180 countries. The App also hosts sharing functionality that makes it possible for Play.fm users to promote their favourite sets or find out what others are listening to through Facebook or Twitter. The Play.fm App is designed for simple use, making it ideal for on-the-go use, but is packed with a great deal of material for club fans to delve into.
It’s current state — and the promise of fresh updates to come — makes the Play.fm App a great choice for the club kid or curious music lover, providing an appropriately easy level of entry for listeners of any type and a feature set that makes it an appealing investment for the Ibiza scenester in all of us.
The Play.fm App is available now ($3.99 USD) for the iPhone and Windows 7 and Android enabled smartphones.