We dropped Gravity Mobile’s HABU Music iOS app into the Bulletin as a one-liner when it launched earlier this summer (Bulletin, 20-Jul-12). Now it’s getting a bigger push in Europe with multi-language support. The app, made by Gracenote subsidiary Gravity, offers “mood-based playlists” and music recommendations, tying into Apple’s iTunes Store for purchases. Tracks are organised into 25 grouped moods and 100 “granular mood characteristics”, enabling playlists such as Euphoric/Energy, Strong/Stable and Party/Fun. The app’s release follows the launch last week of a native tablet version of Stereomood, another mood-driven music app.

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