Michael Robertson is at it again. He has launched AnywhereMP3.com, a flash-based MP3 player, which allows those with Mp3tunes.com accounts to stream their music and listen to it on their computers. Think of it as an add-on, incase you don’t have any MP3 playback software on your machine, or you are using a computer other than your own machine.
The player’s skin resembles that of your favorite “physical” music player such as iPod or Zen, and allows you to sort the collections in your Mp3tunes locker by playlist, albums etc. In other words a virtual MP3 player. It is a nifty little tool, but I wonder how Robertson plans to make money off the service. There is the premium service on Mp3Tunes, which costs about $40 a year for unlimited storage, but is that enough?
Still, give it a try – the demo player is chockfull of good stuff. The playback itself is pretty simple, easy and fast.