If you’re on the look out for something to substitute your MySpace addiction (and you might be THAT old), head on over to UK-based MFLOW for your fix of social networking plus music sharing.
Calling itself “Twitter meets iTUnes), MFLOW enables users to buy music, and share some. On creating a free account with MFLOW, you can connect your accounts with Twitter, Facebook, and Buzz, search for music among the website’s pool of five million songs, then “Flow” a track, which basically means sharing the track to your connected accounts.
MFLOW allows users to download the first ten tracks they “flow” for free. The attached string? You can’t listen to the “Flow” again and again and again. You can buy tracks via HSBC, and you get credit when other users buy tracks that you Flow (you get a 20% commission per Flow bought).
MFLOW is not yet fully available in the U.S., but you can already get a free membership, download your free tracks, and listen to Flows. They plan to fully serve U.S.-based users by late 2011.