And here is where I encountered my first problem with the app.
Tastebuds, in an effort to help you compile the list of bands and artists you want to use to represent yourself, automatically selects every artist from your i Tunes library.
Genius Idea: Hey music snobs, are you tired of people asking you, "What kind of music do you listen to? Well, musicians Alex Parish and Julian Keenaghan have created a dating site perfect for folks who judge others solely by what's on their i Pods.
Tastebuds is a graphically pleasing site that's super easy to use.
There are two ways to search for potential suitors: either by entering in a few of your favorite bands (along with your age, sex, preferred gender for a mate and location) or by entering your username.
Since features public profiles, the site can easily filter out your favorite artists and match you with a bevy of beauties(?
Scan your i Phone music library or add your favourite bands to see people nearby who have the most in common with you. Tonight’s the first year anniversary of our DJ night, thanks to Tastebuds” - Dave, 31______ This app is a great idea and has a good visual feel.
If you would like to have your startup considered for inclusion, see details here.I can’t be the only person with a few songs saved from yesteryear that, for whatever reason, don’t necessarily represent my tastes as they stand today.Do I want to match with a bunch of Taylor Swift fans because my graduating class opted to sing one of her songs at our high school graduation? However, as there doesn’t seem to be an option to remove artists, T. Embarrassing i Tunes selections aside, it’s fairly easy to add artists to your profile.Or at least someone to hold your drink while you use the bathroom at the Father Figures show. * Featured Music App - i Tunes* Is This Music Dating Site The New Tinder?Then, one or both of you can send a message and head to the show together,” MTV says.