If there’s one thing we’ve learned from Spotify’s integration with Facebook, it’s that most of our friends have terrible taste in music. Well, a new Facebook app allows you to separate friends and Pages that you trust from the chaff and create playlists from music that they share.
Musikki Social Player — which first launched as a search engine for music — is a Facebook application that makes it super easy to discover new tunes via friends and Pages alike.
Just activate the app and you’ll be presented with a grid of your friends and “Liked” Pages. Click on whoever/whatever you like, and the app will generate a playlist — complete with band info — of videos those friends/Pages/etc have shared on Facebook. You can also search for specific Pages and friends.
Right now, the app only appears to pull in videos that folks share — not music from Spotify or anything of the like — but in general, it’s a pretty cool little tool.
Apps like Monstro already allow one to create playlists from songs shared on Twitter, so it’s only natural that Facebook would get its due as well — especially since the social network is such a common spot for sharing videos.
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