Tag "streaming music"
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
The Pandora application for Android has been updated in what seems like the first time in forever. Head to Google Play, Amazon, or wherever to check out the version and
Android tablets get a new-look interface for the music service.
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Learn about Rdio and its features through our exclusive interview with VP of engineering, Todd Berman.
Music Concierge service streams a perfect playlist based on the day, time of day, device, and situation you are in.
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
MOG today announced that they will soon be offering a free, ad-supported version of its award-winning on-demand music service. How soon? Chances are that by the time you read this
Rdio, the unlimited, on-demand social music service has become the first of its kind to debut a shared listening plan. Effect immediately, customers can merge up to three individual plans
After a seemingly endless wait, Spotify’s award winning music service has come the United States. But before you run off and sign yourself up, thinking you’ll have access to all
Amazon Cloud Player, Google Music, Slacker Radio, Rdio, and a host of other similar services are set to face serious competition in the United States as Spotify preps for landing.
An updated version of mSpot has arrived in the Android Market today which blends storage locker services, radio, and cloud music. More specifically, mSpot combines the best parts of services
Initially expected to show up in March, the official Sonos Controller for Android has arrived today. If you can count yourself among those that own a Sonos S5 (or any Sonos
Google pulled the Grooveshark Music app from the Android Market yesterday, citing a violation of terms of service. As to what specifically Grooveshark was doing that got them removed is
Going back as far as last year’s Google I/O conference we’ve been hearing about Google getting into the music space. In May 2010 we were treated to a demonstration of