twittermusictwittermusicappThere’s a new way to find the tunes and tracks everyone is talking about.

Twitter today debuted a new music discovery platform for both browsers and iOS devices. The service uses Twitter activity to aggregate the most popular music. You’re also able to preview the songs right through the app via iTunes, and subscribers to Spotify and Rdio can log into their accounts and enjoy full versions that are available.

You can also sort the music based on parameters: Popular (new music trending), Emerging (hidden talent), Suggested (artists you may like), #NowPlaying (tweeted by people you follow) and Me (artists you follow).

For more, check out the Twitter blog.

Previously on GeekWire: iTunes rival: AmazonMP3 growing with 22% of online music downloads

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  • zim star

    Let’s chat when they actually launch cross platform. It’s mind boggling that a company as large as Twitter would even bother launching something that isn’t cross platform on day one , hope it’ll be amazing in the next

    iphone 5S

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