Stamped App Now Lets You Create Spotify and Rdio Playlists
Stamped, the recently revamped recommendations app backed by the likes of Justin Bieber and The New York Times Company, pushed out a small but useful feature Monday night.
Robby Stein, one of Stamped’s three co-founders, says the startup has “proprietary technology that finds the same song across Rdio, Spotify and iTunes that makes this possible. I don’t know of any [other] service that does this right now.”
Neither do we.
It’s one in a series of features that helps you not only discover recommendations, but act on them. See a good restaurant recommendation? Check out the menu, view photos from Instagram and book it on OpenTable. A movie? Watch a trailer in iTunes, purchase tickets through Fandango or add it to your Netflix queue. You can also purchase books via Amazon, and buy apps and MP3s in iTunes.
Not all of the integrations are as seamless as Netflix’s, Spotify’s and Rdio’s. If you want to buy a movie ticket, you’ll be sent to fandango.com in Safari. Likewise, you’ll be sent to Safari to purchase a book, and to the App Store to play a movie trailer. In an earlier interview, Stein said he hopes to deepen Stamped’s other third-party integrations in the future.