Posted on Monday, June 11th, 2012 by Ariel Disner
Remember the popular television show Total Request Live, where you didn’t have to search for new music videos, but as they rolled out you were able to watch them live? TRL, which sadly ended in 2008 left us all alone to search music videos via the internet. Luckily, all good things don’t have to come to an end for long! Rockify.TV is a personalized, streaming music video service that provides access to more than 200,000 music videos. It’s like Pandora for music videos!
The interface connects to your social networks such as Facebook and Twitter so users are able to share music videos with friends – like the ones we’ve shared with you in this post that we found on Rockify! It’s very similar to the old popular MTV show TRL, in that people can lean back and watch music videos without having to find them manually. And unlike Pandora, there is not penalty for skipping tracks. You can skip, pause and change stations as many times as you’d like!
Simply sign in via your Facebook or Twitter account and instantly start watching videos which automatically are chosen for you based on your interests. The site serves up a continuous stream of content, meaning that users never have to stop and search for the next video they want to watch — that is, unless they want to. A panel to the right displays a list with playlist, channels, and artists options. At the bottom of each video, you will find music controls such as sharing, like/dislike buttons. If you like what you hear, you can purchase songs through Amazon watch the videos in full screen.
Rockify.tv is music for your eyes. Its personalized and easy-to-use music video streaming interface. And the best part: the video site available for free — at least for now! So stop searching, and click on to Rockify.tv.