Retronyms has announced that it has open sourced the code for CloudSeeder – its SoundCloud-powered in-app community.
CloudSeeder is designed to put SoundCloud-powered social networking features into music apps. For example, you could create a track, share it on SoundCloud, and then check views and comments on your tracks, without leaving your music app.
If you’re an iOS music app developer, you can see CloudSeeder in action in Retronym’s Tabletop and then download a developer kit.
We’d be interested in what other app developers think of incorporating CloudSeeder features, too!
via Rebekah Fugate
5 thoughts on “Retronyms Open Sources CloudSeeder Code, Wants To Kick-Start Social Audio On iOS”
this is great
Audio is a solitary preoccupation, and I, for one, hope it stays that way!
Okay, perhaps that sounds a little grumpy. Just let me say that the idea of an
just let me say the idea of anything i love becoming more like FB sickens me.
i hope everyone understands i’m just trying to be funny. you know, like oscar the grouch. if i could view stats in an app, i’d want to know who is listening, and where. additionally, i’d like to know whether or not they fit the profile of a good consumer. ultimately, i want to know where to book performances. promotion is time consuming, and i’m looking for ways to effectively post what i’m doing.
I don’t use tabletop but this is something I’d like to see in other music apps.