Here comes a new music video playlist service. It is ViddyJam and like most of these music video jukebox services it uses YouTube to find requested music videos and plays these videos within an own interface at the own site. Of interest are the variations of such services, which often are described by unique characteristics mostly consisting of particular features or technological functions.
A technological analysis is not easy and does not happen here, but a review of ViddyJam’s particular features. The service enables to find and to play just music of one artist instead of similar music, which mostly happens other music video sites. Another feature, that has not been seen elsewhere, is the option to upload playlists to find music videos about music already known (or not), which might be interesting to watch. After doing a query at the homepage another interface appears with further options and the player will start to play the music videos immediately. Here one finds a playlist editor, bookmarking and sharing functions, online shops to buy the played music and of course options to navigate through the videos. To find out more visit ViddyJam.