The Main Aim of the app is to be available at all platforms which users have and it is separate from Twitter’s stand-alone main page and this allow users to discover music on their own and what they are tweeting about.
In other words, If I say Twitter is trying to become a music-recommendation machine.
Within it’s interface you can hear the music through Spotify, Rdio, or iTunes but the default application to preview songs is iTunes. To hear full tracks via Spotify or Rdio, subscribers must have their accounts.
The free app consists of four pages/tabs: Emerging for ‘hidden talent’, Popular in ‘what’s trending on Twitter’ and Two personal tabs focusing on the people you follow as well as songs “suggested” based on your tastes.
By Navigating on #NowPlaying in the app, Music Freaks can view and listen to songs tweeted by their followers or the artist they follow.
For Specific Music Tracks, users can search for the artist name in the app and then hit the play button.
Music tracks can be shared with followers by tapping the spinning disc in the lower left corner of the app which opens the player. The Tweet icon in the top right corner of the player allows users to tweet songs from the app.