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Developer Apps: Typing Karaoke

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Say farewell to productivity for the next half hour — this month’s featured Developer App is Typing Karaoke.

Developed by Travis Chen at the most recent Hollywood Hackday, Typing Karaoke is described as Mavis Beacon meets Guitar Hero. Pick from a selection of songs like Carly Rae Jepson’s “Call Me Maybe” or Bon Iver’s “Skinny Love” and try your best to type along to the lyrics. Make sure to warm up those digits because the faster and more accurate you are, the more points you’ll score. Are you dying to transcribe a certain tune? Follow Travis on Twitter and suggest a song.

Think you have what it takes to make the next awesome app? Then have a look at Rdio’s Developer’s Page to register for an API key. We have a Github and API Google Group to help you get started. Who knows? Your creation can be worth some money through the Rdio Affiliate Program.

∞  June 13, 2012 — 9:00AM

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Developer Apps: re/spin

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We’ll now be calling our regular API feature “Developer App” — but the coolness remains the same. This month, the awesome app created with a little help from the Rdio API is re/spin.

re/spin imports your playlists from Last.fm and Spotify to Rdio with just a few clicks. If you’re on Last.fm, either enter your Last.fm username or playlist URL to select and transfer your mixes over to Rdio. Spotify account holders will need to batch select tracks in Spotify, copy (ctrl+c or cmd+c), and paste the links into the re/spin text box to import. re/spin can help you organize your plethora of playlists to one central location on your favorite music source, Rdio.

Do you have a great idea for an awe-worthy app, or just want to learn more about the Rdio API? Visit Rdio’s Developer page. If it piques your interest, register for an API key to start building. Your creation may even earn you some cash from the Rdio Affliate Program. Need help? Visit our Github and API Google Group for sample code and libraries, or just for support.

∞  May 11, 2012 — 10:00AM

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Unofficial Rdio Apps: Anthm

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In this installment of awesome apps created using the Rdio API, we're happy to present Anthm. Think of Anthm as a majority-rule interactive jukebox.

Download the app to your iPhone and invite your friends to create a playlist with you using Rdio’s music library. Once songs are added, you and your friends can vote for what you want to hear — vote up to play the track sooner, vote down to eventually remove the song. Plug your phone into any speaker and pump up your perfect party mix.

Get music recommendations from the app-makers themselves — you can also follow Anthm on Rdio.

Interested in learning more about the Rdio API? Visit Rdio’s Developer page, register for an API key, and change how people listen to music. You can even earn some cash through the Rdio Affiliate Program. We even have sample code and libraries available on Github and an API Google Group to help spur your idea.

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Unofficial Rdio Apps: Playlistdio and SF Music Hack Day

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In our quest to highlight cool and useful things built using the Rdio API, Playlistdio is this month’s noteworthy app. It helps you de-dupe tunes in your playlists and create a mix of the top 50 songs from any artist.

Simply visit Playlistdio, connect your Rdio account, and clean up your playlists by removing the duplicate tracks. Or if you want to make an artist playlist, search for an artist and create a playlist of the top 50 most popular songs.

Do you have a brilliant idea that can change how users listen to music on Rdio? Visit Rdio’s Developer page, register for an API key, and start building. Feel free to check out our sample code and libraries on Github and join our API Google Group. Need more incentive? You can even earn some dough via the Rdio Affiliate Program.

If you're in the Bay Area and have an idea and coding chops, register for this weekend’s San Francisco’s Music Hackday. Build something neat using Rdio’s API and you could win free time on Rdio.

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Unofficial Rdio Apps: Trnsmit

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Rdio has a solid Engineering team here in San Francisco, building features and improving our products every day. But thanks to Rdio’s API, music fans and hackers anywhere can create their own Rdio apps, enhancements and social music innovations. Starting this month, we’ll be featuring interesting Rdio API apps monthly, right here on our blog.

This month is all about Trnsmit. Rdio’s own desktop apps can already match your iTunes Library, but what about all those playlists you built way back when? Move them from iTunes to Rdio with Trnsmit.

Importing your iTunes playlists is simple — connect your Rdio account to Trnsmit, export your playlist as XML, and upload it to Trnsmit. Presto: your perfect work-out mix is on Rdio without breaking a sweat.

Are you a developer with great ideas? Visit Rdio’s Developer page and register for an API key, check out our sample code and libraries on Github, join our API Google Group for discussion, and start building. You can even get some green for your efforts via the Rdio Affiliate program.