Goombah Music Service

Goombah Music Service
Innovation

Wired did a useful comparison of music recommendation sites recently, but it left out the newest kid on the block. Goombah, just launched joins several other services —namely last.fm, Pandora,...

Guy Brighton
  • 29 november 2006


Wired did a useful comparison of music recommendation sites recently, but it left out the newest kid on the block. Goombah, just launched joins several other services —namely last.fm, Pandora, Qloud
, and iLike. Goombah is similar to its predecessors in that it uses iTunes to make recommendations. But whereas Last.fm and Pandora (now aiming for that golden oldie demo) generate radio stations, it compiles a playlist of songs you might like. Unlike Qloud and  iLike, it bases its decisions on your entire library, rather than just your recently played songs or ones you search.

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