MySpace has launched a cool new video discovery service for iPad that will allow users to browse through countless number of music videos that can then be purchased or skipped to the next video – very similar to Pandora except that this one’s for music videos. When you launch the app, users are asked to specify their favorite music genre as well as their current mood. Based on these settings, MySpace Music Romeo will stream music videos that may either be skipped to the next video or liked by tapping the Love button. The algorithm will then save these preferences to fine-tune its video offering further.
The app is free to download on iOS 3.2 and above for iPad and makes money via iTunes sale and occasional video commercials. The technology is itself reported to be developed using the music aggregation service, We are Hunted. You can head over to the App Store to download the app right away.