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Moodagent Creates Mood-based Music Playlists

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Moodagent, a cross-platform and mobile application, creates music playlists based on your mood. Tell it how you’re feeling and it picks songs that mirror your emotional state.

Available for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, and Symbian, Moodagent let’s you, via a sliding interface, adjust how sensual, tender, happy, and angry you want your songs as well as the tempo of the music. If that all seems too complicated you can also use a song from your collection to seed your playlist; grab a slow sad song and Moodagent will use that song to generate a matching playlist.

Check out the link below for additional information and downloads appropriate for your platform.

Moodagent [via Mashable]

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  • Published 03/24/11

Comments (5)

  1. Hatryst

    Now that’s the app that I was asking for, yesterday when you featured the ‘Slow Down’ app ;)

  2. AC.

    I don’t know what is wrong, but after installing the media player and moodagent I do not have that slide bar to pick the mood. The program opens to a kind of blank screen and all it does is suggest songs that you need to buy. I set up the profile thing but that also did nothing. I have a desktop and am running XP.

  3. mangyon

    i might be missing something (or i got too excited in downloading and installing the moodagent profiler), but how do you use it? i mean, i was able to download and use the moodagent profiler in my Win7, but after that, what do i do?

  4. AC.

    If I play a song from my library it suggest a song similar to it that I can buy. There are not many options of what to click on, I can not get that page that is pictured above. This is how mine looks, pretty much matter what I do. except if it is trying to get me to buy a song. I can’t choose a mood.

  5. Steve Vander Ark

    Or just use …

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