In an effort to become the ruler of all online streaming music, Parker Lieberman recently announced that he will be launching his social music platform, Dropp.fm, into a public beta. The idea is for him to prove to music lovers that they haven’t yet experienced a platform based purely around music and social behavior.
In other words, he’s tailored his platform to be the Pinterest for music lovers. That means that no matter what means you use to get your music fix, you can share your tunes with friends, co-workers, and family.
Dropp.fm users can share their music via the Dropp bookmark button while receiving exponentially more new music selections from Dropp.fm’s social feed. The platform also automatically archives and organizes individual music collections into playlists while simultaneously engaging users via trending and chart topping tracks.
“Dropp.fm makes organizational sense out of vast music collections amassed all over the web while introducing users to a whole host of new music they would ordinarily never discover,” says Lieberman. “The combination of the newest music on the internet and interactions with your friends is what makes Dropp.fm so unique.”
Lieberman made a good decision here when he decided to go beyond just creating another music streaming platform. And the beauty of his Dropp.fm platform is that he has, in effect, eliminated the need to rely on license services to experience and share music socially.