Raditaz Launches Internet Radio For iOS And Android Platforms
January 19, 2012 at 12:11 PM (PT)
A new internet music service, RADITAZ, has opened for business TODAY (1/19), "delivering over 14 million tracks from the cloud to the web, and to iOS and ANDROID devices." The service will target PANDORA listeners with "better discovery, unlimited skips and location awareness at the heart of the application."
"FM radio just doesn't cut it anymore -- our preference for making music personal has changed the way we find and listen to music," said Founder/CEO TOM BROPHY. "In the new music world where music is more about identity than opinion, we bring personality to the music people love to listen to the most, creating a whole new music experience, and opening the door for a powerful new revenue model for advertisers."
RADITAZ explains, "when a user creates a new station, that station is automatically assigned geographical coordinates so other users can find it in the RADITAZ map view or when browsed on the explore page. Tags can be applied to custom stations (@home, #running, #beach) to better define them. Users can browse tags based on keywords, to see what's trending in a specific community, or discover new music based on activities or interests."
To start listening, visit raditaz.com.