Built on existing platform, the newly designed site will enable users to opt-in, redesign and customize their profiles. Other features include viewing flexibility for different categories of friends and themes. Users will also be offered the option of retaining their old profiles, MySpace President and co-founder Tom Anderson said in a release. In a another development, MySpace is also considering production of MP3 players.
It is currently allowing users to access a range of music services, including streaming, music and ringtone downloads. It also gives access to videos, ticketing and merchandising, along with major music labels, including Sony BMG Music, Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group.