JukeFly Hybrid Music Playervoxel writes "Not a new concept, streaming music from your PC to a web-browser, but perhaps better done than ever before. JukeFly is a hybrid in that your music meta-data is kept on its servers but your music stays on your PC. This enables rapid development of the music player and future mashups of your music data with things like concert tickets and lyrics, while enabling you to use its features from anywhere you have a flash enabled browser. It's a small startup thats listening to its users and taking requests. Ogg Vorbis support? Check! Flac coming soon as well as OS X and Linux music personal servers. The goal is simplicity so that anyone can use it with any number of songs. It could end up with more features than you desktop player has, and you can use it anywhere. Will this change the way people think about music players in the future?"
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