Maestro.fm enables users to access and manage their entire music library on-demand from any connected device (laptop, phone, etc.) by using a web-based utility via a hybrid client application and cloud-based solution. Combined with an interactive experience at Maestro.fm, Maestro has a social component, enhancing the personal experience, connecting users within the network,and driving social discovery.
Maestro.fm's API enables programmers to build applications that interact with Maestro's core system. With this API, developers are able to perform a variety of tasks with Maestro, such as show and play a user's library and playlist, browse and manage user favorites, and see what a user is currently playing.
Maestro.Fm wants to take your music experience to cloud nine, maybe even ten. Actually that could be a little overstated, but at least they are going to use cloud computing to do it. With a functionality similar to Google Music, a little application runs on your PC and uploads all your music to Maestro. Once it’s there, it’s augumented with album art, lyrics, and other lovely decorations. It’s kind of like a music library makeover. Google already has a thick collection of API services. Will they be interested in opening Google Music up for developer access? Don't wait around and wonder, the Maestfo.fm API is already here.