22tracks teams up with Microsoft, rethinks the music discovery experience on the WebWritten by Manish Singh on May 22, 2014 - 07:06AM @refsrc
Music discovery service 22tracks has teamed up with Microsoft to bring an HTML5 laced interactive website. Revolving around touch based input, the service now sports a new music control panel making it easier to perform various playback operations.
The company claims that the site is now fully responsive -- basically what it means is that it will provide you native client-like experience. The responsiveness of the site can be enjoyed from any device - be it your computer, tablet or smartphone.
“The new 22tracks is a collaboration with Vincent and Gilles to combine the best of music, design, and HTML5 web standard technology together. With more users than ever before visiting on touch-optimized mobile devices, we knew we needed a site that was more than search, play, and share,.” a blog post reads.
In addition, the service has also introduced a new interactive audio visualizer. The feature automatically changes track’s rhythm. Furthermore, thanks to the tie-up, you will be able to download, listen and buy tracks from Xbox Music. Head over to www.22tracks.com to check it out!