HTML5 is the new kid in town, the tech is expected to change how we use the internet and it’s most likely that future apps and extensions will be built keeping the HTML5 technology in mind.
We have seen some early adopters of HTML5 already – there is an HTML5 Resume which allows you to create manual links within a YouTube video. Again there is Aviary’s Feather – a brilliant HTML 5 image editor that supports editing images, applying color corrections amongst other modifications.
Recently, we told you about a video streaming service called Vid.ly which lets you upload videos to the web and stream the optimized versions to HTML5 browsers, iPhone, Tablet computers and almost all the popular mobile devices.
What about Audio and music? Is there any good HTML5 web app that let’s me stream songs and YouTube videos from my browser, iPhone or Android device ?
If you are looking for a simple HTML5 music player which can be used to listen songs, without having to download anything or register for an account, try Myousic.me
Myousic.me is a brilliant HTML 5 music app that searches for audio files across the web and indexes them in a user friendly interface. The app uses the <audio> tag and local storage API in HTML5 browsers, thus allowing you to stream music from any corner of the web and save your favorite tracks, music albums, YouTube videos in an easy to access playlist. Hence, you get instant access to your HTML5 music playlist, no registration or sign-ups are required at all.
The playlist can be saved for future use, so you can always listen to a particular set of songs, whenever you fire up Myousic.me in the web browser or in your iPhone or Android device.
Myousic.me is nothing but a large warehouse of music albums, tracks and songs that have been indexed from every nook and corner of the web. So typing the name of a popular song or artist will most likely return relevant results. The functionality is much similar to Qwiki, which is another brilliant media search engine. Although Qwiki can’t be used for HTML5 music streaming, but the implementation usage of both apps are quite similar.
Coming back to Myousic.me, I think this is a good online HTML5 jukebox which comes really handy when you want to dump a list of songs in a new browser tab and carry on with your daily computing jobs. The app has been specially optimized for desktop and mobile browsers so you can always listen to any song on your way to office, save it in a streaming playlist and repeat that track when you’re home.
A similar HTML5 music streaming service is Mflow, but the only difference between these apps is that the latter one requires signups, so it’s not that instantaneous for common mobile users.
It’s interesting to note that the service does not allow users to create a personal account and neither you are ever prompted for signing up. [ Via TheNextWeb ]