The technology world (and, yes, us a bit) has been banging on about iPad news aggregation app Flipboard for a long time now. But what if the idea was translated to an app directly focused on music? Someone has done it: Groovebug went live on the App Store yesterday. The app, which is a free download, claims to be a “personalised rich media music magazine and discovery engine”. It scans the music on a user’s iPad, then sucks down “rich content from the cloud” to build a swipey personalised music magazine based on those artists. The company is tapping into APIs from YouTube and The Echo Nest. App Store link

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