London startup, Myooz-ik believes they have invented the world’s first offline music discovery and texting iPhone app with wireless headphones
London-based high-tech startup, Myooz-ik Limited has announced the launch of Myooz, which they claim is the world’s first mobile app to allows users to discover music and chat with people nearby, even when there is no data connectivity.
Myooz is secure and anonymous, enabling people to listen in real-time to songs that other people nearby are listening to on their Apple iPhone handsets. The app still functions when there is no internet connection, meaning that people can discover new music and text chat with each other in data-challenged locations, such as underground subway trains, music festivals, stadium events or at the beach.
Wireless headphone functionality is another feature offered on the app – a capability that Myooz-ik refers to as ‘sound peering’, whereby two people can listen to the same song ‘wirelessly’, streaming between two iPhones without needing to physically share headphones.
Conceived as a new form of musical distribution, Myooz lets its users save newly discovered songs in a personal play list within the app, to then be purchased when back online via Apple’s iTunes.
Myooz-ik has designed the app to operate within an approximate 100-metre radius and plans to release an Android version in the near future. To find out more, visit myooz-ik.com