We live in an age where you don’t have to pirate music to listen to it for free. If you want to go legit, here are the best free music apps for Android.
Today’s indie app of the day is Feather. This is a quick, small, minimal media player that focuses on playing media and nothing else. Check it out!
YouTube to launch YouTube Music Key, while Google updates Play Music All Access to Google Play Music Key. Likely to sell both Music Key subscription services together for $10/month.
In this week’s developer interviews, we talk to Revontulet Studio. With over 60 million downloads in the Play Store, they know a thing or two about success. Check it out!
Sometimes you just need to give up your internal storage and take your music offline. This was a hassle in Spotify, but such is no longer the case!
In addition to the 6 months of free Google Play Music All Access deal below, buying a Sonos PLAY:3 or Sonos PLAY:5 wireless speaker from Amazon will land you a $50 gift card.
Why pay when you don’t have to? We take a look at five things you should never pay for on the Android platform and discuss the free services, features, and apps that deliver.
Today’s indie app of the day is called Orpheus Music Player. It includes themes, a fun layout, and Chromecast support. Check it out!
Version 5.4.1413N of Play Music brings the ability to start radio stations based on playlists that you created, a boon for those who have very particular tastes in music.
Shazam, the original and most popular music recognition app, received a major update that brings fresh looks and improvements across the board.