It’s perhaps no surprise that many developers eschew music licensing in favour of piggybacking on YouTube’s vast collection of music videos when launching new music sites. The latest is Loudlee, launched by two Israeli developers. It gets users to sign in with their Facebook accounts, then play music videos from YouTube while browsing the site. They can create a temporary playlist – these will be saveable following an upcoming update – and every user has a profile page tracking what they’ve been listening to, as well as their friends and followers. According to TheNextWeb, the site has more than 3.4m songs by 50,000 artists in its database.