was a well-regarded social listening service that got people streaming music with friends and strangers alike.

It shut down in November 2014 as its team focused instead on promotional platform Today, though Soundrop is returning in a new form: as an independent streaming playlists brand.

“Over the past year, while we’ve been hard at work on, we’ve been quietly updating the Soundrop playlists in Spotify. What began as a pet project has grown into something…more substantial,” explained the company in a blog post this morning.

“Today we have more than 66 public playlists in Spotify with almost 1 million total followers. That’s not too shabby so we thought the time was right to share it with the world.”

And there’s a B2B tool to go with it: Playlist Sync automatically synchronises Spotify playlists with Deezer and YouTube – a way for other playlisters to extend their reach with less hassle.

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