The internet has changed the way people collect and consume music and nearly obliterated neighborhood record stores around the country. Solayo is a web-based platform that understands the way young people search, play, and collect music in today’s multimedia environment and provides its users with ways to consume content from multiple sources inside a centralized application.
Change the way you collect and listen to music and videos online by signing in to Solayo with your Facebook or Twitter account and searching for content by keyword. Type the name of an artist, genre, or a song into the search box on Solayo’s main page, or paste a YouTube URL to bring up a video directly. Because Solayo is connected to YouTube, SoundCloud, and Dailymotion, it’s easy to search for content on those platforms and filter the results by duration or source. When you find music or videos worth watching, Solayo lets you consume that content from inside its platform. Or, if you don’t have time to watch a video right away, you can always save it in your Solayo account for later.
Playlists are another important component of the Solayo application. Users can collect music and videos and add them to custom playlists, which are organized by category, artist, or genre. Solayo also offers a social component. Users can find and follow other users and post about what they’re currently listening to or watching, a process that’s made easier thanks to Solayo’s integration with Facebook.
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