We first covered This Is My Jam (TIMJ) back in December when it was in closed beta. It’s a simple online platform that lets you tell the world your one favorite song each day. The service opened to the public in February, providing a much-needed remedy to all the noise online.

Indeed, in a week that saw us reveal the average number of songs on a ShareMyPlaylist Spotify compilation was 170, This Is My Jam is the antithesis of this.

Today, however, TIMJ is rolling out a Spotify app, which serves to marry the speed and extensiveness of Spotify, with This Is My Jam’s slower, trickle-down approach to sharing music.

While the TIMJ site only lets you share one song with the world, the Spotify app adds a history to that experience, and you can see all your previous Jams.

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It lets you listen to other people’s Jams and Likes in playlist format – and you can also add that playlist to your own Spotify collection.

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While browsing other users’ Likes, you can opt to make any track your song of the day by clicking ‘Make this song your Jam':

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It was always going to be interesting to see how This Is My Jam developed as a service – underpinned by a ‘one favorite song’ ethos, it has inherent limitations. But with its latest Spotify app, it has found a way to gives past Jams a home, while adhering to its social principles.

Check it out for yourself, it’s live now.

This Is My Jam | Spotify App