Swift.fm Offers Swifter Music Sharing On Twitter

Do you share music via Twitter? Want more flexibility and functionality in how you share your music with your Twitter followers? Swift.fm can turn your MP3s into a custom radio station for your tweeps, and swiftlisting is reciprocal.

You can now share music tracks by either tweeting in a special format or uploading a track via the Swift.fm site.

Differing from Blip.fm, with Swift.fm you are no longer limited to a fixed inventory of songs, which for those that have use Blip.fm know is sometimes limiting. With Swift.fm, you can upload your own library of MP3s or those of others.

MP3s are limited to 10MB but since songs are approximately 3 minutes apiece, the average song size is usually not more than 3MB.

Since the site use OAuth, no other profile information is needed and you can tweet direct from the site or from a Twitter client such as Tweetdeck.

Christina WarrenChristina WarrenChristina Warren from Mashable notes,"You can also monitor Swift.fm mentions and tag songs as favorites so you can play them back again, as well as retweet songs you like that you see in your Swiftlist (basically a listing of what people you follow are also listening to) or that you find via search."

The site is currently in Beta, so I am sure the Swift.fm people will like to receive as much feedback as possible to continually enhance their service.