Well this is something new. A cool social networking plus music track app that only works in the UK (quick - cue Rule Brittania, just the one chorus) instead of the USA, for a change. Mflow is clearly about to be known as twitter for music, so I might as well go with that, it's as good a description as any.
It's a free downloadable app, that allows you and your friends and followers to share music tracks, each share being called a "flow" because ... well, anyway, the only restriction on the free service is that you get to listen to each flow, just the once. If you buy a track recommended by a friend, they get a 20% bonus. And purchased tracks are DRM-free and can be burned or copied to mp3 players. Quality varies but peaks at 320kbps so it's fair to average, which will suit most mp3 players but not please audiophiles by a long way.
It looks like a neat combination of social networking and a free music-sharing app, and should do well even among the Brits, who as the rest of the world knows, are normally far too stuffy for this sort of cool innovation.
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