02 Feb 2013.
media: #digital communication client: #Brlog sector: #entertainment/leisure/culture

sound.log – music app by Brlog

sound.log enables users to listen to music posted by their Facebook friends


Our digital agency Brlog has created a new app sound.log enabling users to listen to music posted by their Facebook friends.

There’s always music playing in Brlog. Love for music is something all Brlog’s employees have in common, besides digital communications of course. Every one of them either used to be in a band or a DJ, and even now they exchange DJ-ing roles during working hours. The challenge was to create an application that would enable them to discover new music that was not already part of their playlists.

Since today a lot of people share new music over Facebook, the idea was to develop a simple application for listening to timeline music. The solution – an application sound.log that’s gathering all YouTube music posts from your Facebook friends, and reproduces it without pauses, scrolling or clicking. It functions easily: all YouTube music links load into one playlist with the possibility of skipping songs, liking them or blocking them, even blocking the person whose music taste annoys you.


The application can be approached directly through the web page link or through the App Store for the iPad where it can be downloaded for free.

Sound.log was developed through Brlog’s hack.log initiative – a sort of a creative lab with the purpose of promoting digital media possibilities to Brlog’s clients and partners. The application will be developed further, and depending on its success the Brlog team considers creating versions for other platforms.

Let your friends be DJs :)

Brlog / Tin Kadoić (Creative Director), Mario Lončarić, Bruno Babić, Mirko Sabljić (Developers), Srđan Laterza (Copywriter)

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