This weekend could see the arrival of Twitter's much speculated music app with the launch expected to be at Coachella festival in the US.

According to reports the application will suggest to users music they might find of interest based on a number of factors, the most obvious of which who you follow as well as trends and interactions you've had on the social networking site.

Users will be able to listen to clips of the recommendations via the likes of iTunes and Soundcloud as well as watching videos from the joint venture of Universal and Sony, Vevo. While the world watches the Californian desert for Coachella Festival, it looks like Twitter will use the coming weekend to launch this latest app which was developed as a result of the micro-blogging site's acquisition of We Are Hunted, a music recommendation service they took over last year.

This news comes fresh off the back that Apple have patented a system for them to be able to allow you to download music even without internet access by them pre-empting any new releases you may be interested in.