We all love to download music, but how much do we actually actually listen to it?
That’s exactly the question that’s been posed to us by a new music discovery service called MusicMedia, which claims to have found the answer.
Using its new USB stick, the company is able to record music for up to a week in just two minutes, making it the most convenient way to get around listening to music online.
“The USB stick is portable, and has the ability to record in up to three minutes,” MusicMedia says.
“In addition, the music will also be saved on your computer and stored on your mobile phone or tablet so you can get back to it later if you decide to change your mind.”
You can use MusicMedia to record your own music for offline listening The company’s first offering is free and will allow users to listen on their computer or smartphone for up as long as they like.
However, if they decide to stop listening after a certain time, the software will automatically stop recording.
It’s a convenient feature, but MusicMedia notes that while it’s not perfect, it’s an option that allows users to record their own music offline for offline consumption.
Users can also choose to save a track to their computer for offline playback, and if they do, they’ll get a link back to their local library.
“It is our intention to allow people to create a dedicated music player and store their recordings in a cloud storage,” Music Media says.
MusicMedia also says that its software is secure and that users can “choose to have your recordings and music stored on one device”.
“Music is important to us, so we’ve designed our software to ensure that all users are protected against unauthorized access,” the company says.
The company has a lot of work to do before it can be considered a mainstream streaming service, but it says that it’s aiming to have it ready for consumers by the end of this year.
It hopes that the software’s “fantastic” and “exciting” new features will make it an ideal companion for streaming services.