Fifteen months after its acquisition by Specific Media, we’re finally getting a sneak peek at the new MySpace.
Justin Timberlake — who took an ownership stake in the new MySpace — tweeted a link to a video previewing the new service.
Although Timberlake and members of the MySpace team were at CES 2012, most of the discussion was about a partnership with Panasonic and not the rebirth of the new service.
The video points to a new MySpace URL, New.MySpace.com, where users can give their email address for an invite to the new service.
What Is the New MySpace
So what is the new MySpace? The video overview doesn’t go into a lot of detail, but this is what we can ascertain so far:
- Users log in with Facebook or Twitter and can then choose to bring photos or other information with them.
- Status updates look similar to the mobile app Path, with photos largely displayed and user comments showing up underneath.
- There is a large music component the service, which includes a way to browse albums, find popular songs and artists and more.
The interface looks clean and attractive — but obviously we’ll have to wait for the beta launch to understand more about how this works.
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