The Twitter Music service has been launched in six countries, with more on the way. It’s currently available on iOS and the web, with Android to follow.
Samsung has plans to release its Music Hub app, which brings together cloud storage, music store, and online radio all in one place, for non-Samsung devices soon.
The Internet radio service Pandora has published a blog post that offers some interesting insight into its operation in 2012: over 13 billion hours of music played, over 1.6 billion stations created, and more.
Apollo, the official music player for the popular CyanogenMod custom ROM, has arrived in the Play Store.
Users of the Rhapsody music streaming service who listen to their music on the go are in luck. Yesterday an update for the Rhapsody Android app arrived, bringing an improved, tablet-friendly interface and a bunch of new features.
Those using Rdio on an Android device and looking to check out the next best thing, the company has offered up beta v2.3.2 for those looking to play with the newest (and also do some testing). Rdio v2.3.2 brings several new features including a Unified Player.
One of the best music players for Android just got a little bit better. In its most recent update, PowerAmp added quite a few new features and improvements, including rich notifications support for those of us running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
You remember Rhapsody right? It’s the free-for-all streaming service, direct competitor to Pandora and Last.fm. It seems Realplayer Studios is upping the ante with a few updated or entirely new key features.
A whole month after Google brought some major changes to its music player, a fresh update of Google Music is now available on Play Store to download – though version 4.3.609 of the music app has fewer new shiny features.
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