doubleTwist recently released Magic Radio, a music streaming service. This is our review and we’ll outline all the stuff we liked and didn’t like.
Magic Radio was launched today by doubleTwist to compete for the best music streaming service. It’s biggest features are reasonable prices and a large library of music.
Beats is hoping that its newly introduced music streaming service, Daisy, will be the next big thing, what with the level of attention that it’s getting from big name investors and even Apple’s Tim Cook.
If YouTube can leverage its offerings versus what is available on the Play Store for purchase, Google has effectively found a way to bridge the gap between radio and purchased content. You could listen or watch on YouTube, then purchase that song or album on the Play Store.
The interactive Internet radio service Slacker has announced on its blog that it has undergone a complete redesign and now touts the best music experience.
Feeling the heat from the competition, Sony Network Entertainment International has announced that high quality streaming option is now available for Music Unlimited users.
If you’re still trying to find a good audio streaming service that works right for you, Dropbox may soon have a solution for you. They have acquired audio streaming service Audiogalaxy which is different from all the others.
Owners of B&N’s Nook tablets (both HD and HD+) now have the choice to listen to more than 18 million songs made available by Rdio, a multi-platform ad-free music service provider. In addition, Rdio now features a music discovery service powered by Echo Nest.
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.
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.