Users need to download the free app and register before they can vote-up or vote-down a song. After the simple registration process useres are presented with two options, to either join a party or create a party. If the user is joining the party it prompts parties to select and enter. It then presents a list of songs that have been preselected by the host. Voters can then ‘tug-up or tug-down’ songs that they like. The songs with the most votes/tug-ups move to the front of playlist line.
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If the user is hosting a party they are asked to create the party, by giving it a name and then loading up songs from their iPhone for a new song list. Existing lists can be uploaded directly. Song votes are synced automatically to the host’s music device which updates the playlist in real-time.
Tunetug is trying to make party playlists social and doesn’t need WiFi connection, so you can use it for other group activities like a road trip. It is also accessible on other smart phones via its web app.