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In.com Launches New Music Player; Artiste Radio Integration

Looks like Web18 owned internet portal In.com, has launched a new streaming music site at In.com/mplayer, allowing users to listen to songs across multiple genres and languages. Homepage: Like its competitor Gaana.com*, it appears that the site has been built with HTML5. The homepage features a sliding carousel of all the latest music albums on the top followed by a list of top 10 latest songs. There is a sidebar on the right which allows users to browse through various sections - All Songs, Artists, Albums, Playlists, Radio, Countdown and so on. There is also a keyword based search box that allows users to search for their favorite song, album or artist. Similar to Gaana.com, In.com's music site offers 9 different background themes for the player and users can either login by creating an In.com account or through their Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo and Google accounts. The company says that users can use the same accounts to login to their other properties like IBNLive.com, Tech2.com, Moneycontrol.com and so on. Music Player: There is a flash-based (Adobe Flash) music player on the right which indicates the current playing song and offers controls to play, pause, forward, repeat, shuffle, increase/decrease volume or to go to any specific portion of the song. It also allows users to like or dislike songs and offers song recommendations through a 'You May Like' tab within the player. One interesting thing worth noting is that the player is always present at the right side of the scree irrespective of how the user…

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