Monday, July 30th, 2007...12:32 pm
SeeqPod: Search And Play Music From The Web
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The first thing you realise when you use SeeqPod is so many people leave their files completely unsecured. This is great if you are doing the searching but not so great if you’re the one who has left the door open, especially if you have some sensitive documents lying about.
As for the service itself, I’ve found myself using it quite a bit lately. A song pops into my head and I type it in and more often than not it finds what I’m looking for.
The site is flash-based and comes with a built-in player which allows you to queue up songs and create playlists. I wouldn’t go so far as to call it a complete solution but it does the job.
You can also embed songs but from what I can see the MP3s are downloaded from the original source each time and are not cached on SeeqPod’s server, so most of these files will probably disappear pretty quickly once webmasters notice the spike in traffic, leaving you with a broken player.
They also have a page designed for the iPhone, which allows you to download MP3s directly to the device. This is pretty handy if you want to grab a song on the run.