Home / Channel / MySpace gain 1 million registrations with new music player

MySpace gain 1 million registrations with new music player

MySpace have announced over 1 million new sign ups as a result of the launch of the new MySpace Music Player. The American account sign ups have risen to around 40,000 new registrations every day.

The new music player is proving popular as it features the biggest online catalogue of free music in the world with a staggering 42 million songs, beating all competing software. The new player also has unlimited, on demand listening and a very nifty recommendation algorithm. The software can also integrate seamlessly with Facebook.

Tim Vanderhook, the CEO for MySpace said “The numbers tell an amazing story of strong momentum and dramatic change for Myspace,” said Tim Vanderhook, CEO, Myspace. The one million-plus new user accounts we’ve seen in the last 30 days validates our approach. Myspace is building meaningful social entertainment experience around content, where consumers can share and discover the music they love. Consumers are getting excited about Myspace again – a testament to a great music product.”

If you want to check it out yourself, head over here.

Become a Patron!

Check Also

Luke and Leo Get Technical (Ep6) – New AMD EPYC & Ryzen 3 Rumours

Things are looking busy for AMD. Last week saw new set of EPYC processor SKUs released, and we've also seen leaks and rumours pointing to an impending release of Zen 2-based Ryzen 3 3000 processors. And Luke and Leo talk about the prospect of a Zen 2-based desktop APU akin to what we see from the new Ryzen 4000 Mobile APUs...