If you love to watch TV series and movies and share your likes with your friends on social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, you have seen the users using “Getglue” and “Miso” services. These services are called social marking systems. So you have the chance to mark objects without being dependent on pages. Let’s say you like a movie on IMDB and you want to share it with your friends and find out what they think. Thanks to the glue bar in Getglue, you can access other user lists that review your favorite movie not only on IMDB, but also on wikipedia and netflix. You can see other users’ comments and you can add comments.
I am telling you all this because I want to tell you about a new application that can be more beautiful than Getglue. I’m sure many of you have heard or are using “Shazam”. You know, sometimes you listen to a song and you like it, but you don’t know its name, or Shazam comes into play at this point and gives you information about the song you like. I have been using Shazam since the day it first came out, and I wish I had always done this for television programs. There will be those who think like me that a new application has been developed that uses the soundprint technology “Intonow”. This application has the ability to detect 2.6 million publications up to five years back. So it has a content database of over 256 years. Currently, you can only listen to the series you are watching in the application, which is available only for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, and the program gives you information about which episode you watched in a short time like 4 seconds. The application offers you the opportunity to share this broadcast you have determined via Twitter and Facebook or to have more detailed information via IMDB.
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