Mood Agent for your Music
Sun, September 20, 2009 at 11:22AM
Cynthia Holladay in MoodAgent, Music, beta, music

Did you know...

that Americans spend more money on music than on sex or prescription drugs?

And the average American hears more than five hours of music per day -- according to author Daniel Levitin. So obviously music is important to us!

This is why we at UpRight Marketing are excited to be embarking on a new project for a music playlisting application soon to be launched in the U.S. The first step is to conduct a beta program with a limited number of music enthusiasts.

Beta Program -- We invite you to participate!

To join this program, you must use either an Apple iPhone or iPod Touch device running 3.0 or 3.1 and a recent version of iTunes for your music listening. If you -- or anyone you know -- would like to be one of the first to use an innovative new music playlisting application -- you are invited to try it free and let us know what you think.

Illustration: MoodAgent

Moodagent is a personal music playlisting app that dynamically creates playlists that match your mood. You can start with a song or use sliders to select your mood, and the application creates your music playlist. Simply change the song or your mood settings, and Moodagent presents the music you want to hear. More intelligent than shuffle. More relevant than Genius. You will reconnect with the music you already love. And enjoy more music more often.

Sign Up Here!

Registration period extended! Register no later than Tuesday, September 22nd -- 12-noon Pacific time. We will be in touch with you with program instructions within 24 hours.

Invite your friends

Please forward this invitation to your friends, family and colleagues who qualify. All ages are encouraged -- and more than one tester can share the same device.

But let us know ASAP -- time is limited and we can only accept the first 500 participants. The program starts next week and you will have two weeks to use the app.

Article originally appeared on Marketing for a sustainable future (http://www.uprightmatters.com/).
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