When I was in high school, I remember we didn’t have iPhones with wireless capabilities or streaming apps like Pandora and Spotify. But we did have some iPod Classics, and headphones with friends asking you to listen to your “new songs” was normal. And headphones was annoying: you were forced to mess with cables, you didn’t get the full quality of a song, you always ended up with broken earbuds after a few days. Though, like I said, that was normal. We have better ways of listening to music nowadays: streaming aside, we have portable speakers like the Jambox and iPod nanos that fit in every pocket and are relatively cheap. Eavesdrop , a new app for the released a few days ago, aims at taking the whole “ music with your friends” concept a step further by enabling you to broadcast your iPod.app library over and Bluetooth.

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Eavesdrop: Share Your iOS Music Library Over WiFi & Bluetooth