Groovebug, according to its website, is the first personalized music magazine designed for the iPad. It helps users discover new music and connect with their favorite artists. The app scans the user’s library and transforms related, yet disparate content from the cloud into a fluid interactive magazine experience.
Kickshuffle spoke to Jeremiah Seraphine, CEO and co-founder of Groovebug, about reinventing the album-listening experience, the tech scene at Northwestern, and why most mobile music sites suck.
Via Yvan Boudillet