22tracks teams up with Microsoft to redesign its curated music playlist site around touch input

22tracks teams up with Microsoft to redesign its curated music playlist site around touch input

22tracks has a simple goal: to help people discover fresh new music through frequently updated genre-based playlists, curated by multiple experts from different cities across the world.

Today, the startup has launched a redesigned website in collaboration with Microsoft – well, technically Internet Explorer – that’s focused around touch input. It’s based on HTML5 and features a new music control panel that makes it easier to play, pause and scrub through a track using your finger. If you’re accessing the new fully responsive site from a smartphone, tablet, touchscreen PC or laptop, it should feel closer to a native app now.

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There’s also a new interactive audio visualizer, which automatically changes to reflect the current track’s rhythm. As part of its tag-team with Microsoft, there’s also the option to download tracks from Xbox Music, the company’s on-demand streaming service and marketplace for digital music.

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