Tuesday, October 2, 2007
Posted by David Tucker in "Zune Talk" @ 11:01 PM
The result is the Zune Social which brings social networking to the Zune and your music listening experience. I really like the community aspect that this creates almost right away. People will be here to discuss music and share with the world what they like. In turn, this will give others a way to find new music they might like. Here’s the high lights, courtesy of Cesar.
"• Zune Card: Anyone will be able to create a free, customizable Zune card. You can personalize your Zune Card with your picture, custom backgrounds, biographical info and more. Your card will automatically update with the music you listen to on your Zune or with your Zune software..
• You can browse your friend’s pages, invite friends, send and receive song recommendations, and post comments to their profile pages..
• You can browse your favorite artist’s pages to find other listeners with similar musical tastes..
• Each song within the Zune Social will have a playable 30 second clip, and if you like the song, you can link directly into Zune Marketplace to buy the song (using Microsoft® points or on your Zune Pass)..
• You can check out Zune Social community-generated charts to see the most-played artists, songs and albums, or read comments and recommendations posted by other Zune community members on album and artist pages..
• You’ll eventually be able to post your Zune card to mainstream social networking sites Wherever your Zune card is located, it will automatically update with the music you’re currently playing."