YouTube is one of of the most revolutionary websites to come out of the last decade. It gave us the ability to not only share new video creations of our own, but to watch commercially-produced videos any time we wanted. Of course, it took a long time for the record labels to agree to have their music videos on the site legally (with advertisements and such), but now it’s pretty easy to find most songs that you want. When there’s a specific song that I want to hear, and I don’t own it, I usually look it up on YouTube. It’s pretty easy to do, but there’s a lot of annoying clutter to deal with.
Tublar takes the fun of watching music videos, and gives you a simple, streamlined interface. Just type in an artist or song, and you’ll be taken to a page with a playlist, and the first video will begin playing. You’ll see the rest of the playlist on your right. You can even have it make a playlist based on similar artists. Once one song finishes, it will go straight onto the next. I’ve noticed that it does tend to skip songs now and then, presumably because the video is unavailable. If you want to buy one of the tracks, just hit the “i” button, and you’ll be given a link to the artist’s page on Amazon.