Just in time for Christmas, The Beatles are set to stream on Google Play and a number of other streaming services, including Slacker, Microsoft Groove etc. A Google blog post says that 13 of Beatles’
Slacker has surprised everyone here in making it to the final round of Epic App Battles of Android. I think that even the folks at Slacker were surprised. With only
The dust has settled and our second round of Epic App Battles of Android has concluded. There were some winners and there were some losers and after the dust settled,
In the green corner, we have Spotify, founded in 2006 with 100 million downloads and an average user rating of 4.5 In the red corner, we have Slacker, founded in
The dust has settled and our first round of Epic App Battles of Android has concluded. There were some winners and there were some losers. Here is a summary of
In the blue corner, we have Pandora founded in 2000 with 100 Million Downloads, and a user rating of 4.4 In the red corner, we have Slacker founded…
Google Play is a paradise of both free and paid apps. As of February 2015, Google Play passed 1.4 million available apps for download. There is a myriad of apps
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
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Slacker, one of our favorite Android radio apps, is getting an overhaul today at CES. The new update has been optimized for tablets and features superior graphics and album
Slacker today released an updated version of their Android application which provides compatibility with Ford SYNC AppLink vehicles. This means that if you happen to own a newer Ford Fusion,
Our friends over at Slacker Radio just gave us the go-ahead to give away some 3-month subscriptions to the Slacker Premium service. Five copies as a matter of fact. Why
Slacker, Inc. is announcing today that they have integrated ABC News with their Slacker Personal Radio experience, giving listeners the latest news from one of the country’s most popular news