Up To Speed | Mar 5, 2013 | 8:58

Musi App

There seems to be an app for just about everything these days. But three local students from Vincent Massey Collegiate and St Paul's High School have created one that is catching on in a big way. "Musi" is a streaming music app that allows you to make playlists from YouTube and operate them through the app rather than the usual download approach. Aaron Wojnowski, David Bell and Christian Lunney are the brains behind this creation and they spoke about it with Larry Updike.

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