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TechCrunch is reporting that Shuffler.fm got a huge update today, and the iPad app for the music discovery service is not far behind.
Shuffler pulls from a curated list of music blogs, categorized using Last.fm's API, and then organizes the music accordingly. Users go to Shuffler's website and pick a musical genre, and Shuffler plays corresponding music from around the globe. With today's update, users can now play mixes of their favorite blogs, browse the most popular songs and artists across the web, create personal channels, and more.
The upcoming Shuffler.fm iPad application will be optimized specifically for the touchscreen device. You'll be able to pick a genre and cycle through blogs just like on the web, but the app will offer a more simplified feature set.
For some screen shots of the new Shuffler app, visit TechCrunch.
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