Moof is, as you may have surmised from the headline, a streaming music site that pulls in music from YouTube videos. Its thing is an iTunes-like user interface, promising “all the functionality of a full desktop media player, in your browser”. Although slick enough, as Mashable points out, when searching for songs you’re as likely to find live recordings, remixes and fan covers as you are the original – the downside of any service that uses YouTube as its audio source.

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