Much has been said and written about the grid-a-licious layout theme that the image sharing network giant Pinterest has capitalized on, making it one of the most popular website layout themes for future websites to come. While many websites have spawned on the cyberspace, providing more or less the same features as Pinterest, there are a few exceptions as well. ChartBRAIN takes the grid theme inspiration from Pinterest but adds its own flavor by offering music lovers a chance to get access to the chart topping singles on different music charts such as Billboard, Last FM, BBC Radio 1, CMT and Pitchfork amid others.
The good thing about ChartBRAIN is that while it does encourage you to create an account so that you can mark your favorites and create your own playlist, the songs are accessible even for browsers who may not be members of the site. To start playing songs, all you need to do is to click on the playlist you would like to listen to songs from. Once you click, you are led to a page where song names are arranged in the form of grids with the picture of its performing artist on top. This is essentially where the site gets its Pinterest feel.
Signing up is extremely simple. All you need to do is to provide a username, email address and password and you are good to use the site.
Clicking on any song will start streaming the song’s video through Youtube. You also have the option of playing the songs in the form of a playlist, which can be customized in terms of countdown, the top 10 songs on the chart or the shuffle mode.
In other words, ChartBRAIN is an absolute gift for anyone who loves music and wants to keep himself updated about the latest and chart-busting music releases.
Courtesy: Red Ferret