Introducing the Audiogalaxy API

I never posted about it, but in 2008, I started working with a group to relaunch Audiogalaxy. It looked like we had an opportunity to (legally) run the same thing we had before: a DRM-free, all you can eat music downloading service. We spent almost 2 years on that effort, but ultimately it didn’t work out (that advice about staying out of the music business is pretty solid, btw). So we pivoted, and after looking at the chunks of technology we had laying around the shop, we decided a music place-shifting service would be a good start.

After a year of working on it, we are happy with our backend and our functionality, so we’ve exposed an API. Check out my post on the Audiogalaxy Blog for some more information, and follow @audiogalaxy for all the latest news.

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