Newly redesigned MySpace opens to the public

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Who says MySpace is already obsolete?

Similar to Friendster and Multiply’s fate, MySpace is still in the game but have chosen to cater to a specific online niche – music. And now, the then king of social network has just redesigned its layout.

The New MySpace layout just became public this week though there’s no formal announcement as to when specifically did it launch the new design. According to The Verge, it is interesting to know that the new design became publicly available just in time with the release of Justin Timberlake’s new single “Suit & Tie” featuring Jay-Z. Timberlake is known to be a MySpace co-owner. The album is now the default layout of the new MySpace home page.

Anyway, the new MySpace allows you to scroll the page horizontally. It also has a music deck at the bottom where you can control the music that you wanted to play. Another thing is, MySpace now allows you to sign in using Facebook, Twitter or your existing MySpace credentials.

This new MySpace layout was first released for beta testing in July, previewed in September and then became available for an invite-only subscription. Recently, the site is now available for public use.

Last modified: January 15, 2013

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