Neglected tunes need love too. In order to spread fairness to the digital audio world Lane Jordan, an art director from San Francisco, has teamed up with developers J Hausmann and Nate Gagnon to develop the new website called Forgotify. The site invites you to listen to the songs that haven’t received a single play on music-streaming service Spotify, although they are a part of its vast library. 20% of the 20 million songs listed in Spotify’s music library haven’t been played even once. Forgotify uses an embedded Spotify player and goes through Spotify’s API and searches for songs with a “0″ popularity rating, indicating that the song has never been selected by a user. Every day, the program is run again, removing any song that has been played even once. In order to use Forgotify, you need to be signed into Spotify and head to the website. It offers a myriad of genres, making sure the user is not listening to similar music back to back.