Tag "music streaming"
Avia Media Player from the State College, PA-based Videon Central was one of the first media streaming apps available with Chromecast support after Google released the SDK just one year
Streaming music is something I do on a daily basis for hours on end, so when Sony contacted me about trying out their Music Unlimited service I was extremely excited
T-Mobile, having one heck of a busy week, has just announced six more service providers for its Music Freedom program. Starting immediately customers on T-Mobile can stream AccuRadio, Black Planet, Grooveshark, Radio
While announcing its latest “Un-Carrier” moves Wednesday night, T-Mobile launched Uncarrier 6.0 and introduced some initiatives to “un-leash” music. The first of the initiatives, UnRadio, was announced in conjunction with Rhapsody and
With streaming services booming, Google is apparently looking to supercharge its services, now in talks to acquire Songza, according to the New York Post. Songza, a music curation and streaming service, creates
Did you know that AT&T is connected to a music streaming service other than Beats Music? Muve Music has flown under the radar for quite some time now, ranging back
Spotify announced on Monday that a new “Browse” page has been added to the music streaming service. Designed to further help listeners discover new music and artists as well as
Rhapsody has just dropped a new version of its music application/service in the Google Play store and it sure is a looker. Details include a refreshed visual interface with full-screen
Rdio has released a new beta version of its music streaming app/service, dropping it in their Google Group today. Details for the new app include a redesigned UI that more
After sitting in beta for a few years, RealPlayer comes to Android.
Samsung has announced that they are launching their all-in-one Music Hub service in the United States in both free and paid versions. Initially offered on select Galaxy S III models,
Beats Electronics has officially purchased online music subscription service MOG, according to details surfacing online today. The terms of the deal have not been disclosed nor do we know
MetroPCS and Rhapsody have paired together to offer a new service for subscribers to the no-contract wireless provider.Effective today, anyone who has an Android phone with a $60 monthly rate
Online music search engine, streaming service, and recommendation tool Grooveshark is now available for Android. The app, like its web counterpart, allows users to search for, stream, and upload music.