Those of you who don't have your finger on the pulse of the internet at all times might not yet have heard of Seeqpod. Seeqpod a search engine that returns playable results. For the most part, this means MP3s. This might not sound exciting at first, but once you've taken more than a few seconds to visit Seeqpod, you'll realize just how monumental this is.
Seeqpod gives you immediate, playable access to countless songs from across the internet. You might not find everything you're looking for, but you'll probably come close. We challenged Seeqpod with some pretty obscure titles, and came away listening to just what we were looking for.
The best part? There's an iPhone version. For those of you who have been bent out of shape because Apple didn't include OTA (over the air) downloads with the iPhone's initial release, get over it. Now you've got them, except for free.The desktop browser version of Seeqpod offers the ability to create playlists from search results and even save playlists if you sign up for a free account. Unfortunately, these features aren't yet available on the iPhone version of Seeqpod, but hopefully will be in the near future.
Seeqpod doesn't provide information on exactly how many songs it can find, but reportedly millions of titles are available. And no, currently there's no way to save songs you discover and listen to on the iPhone via Seeqpod. This is a function of the iPhone, not Seeqpod.