Listening to the radio is practically a tradition at this point. Even though we have options, a lot of us like radio. Check out these radio Android apps!
Check out our roundup of the best music streaming services and apps on Android. We run through the pros and cons of the major free and premium options in the Play Store.
Vudu, Rdio and Crackle are the latest apps to officially add Chromecast support, bringing even more great services to Google’s popular media streamer.
Welcome back to this week’s Google Play Weekly. This week we talk about 5 apps you shouldn’t miss and a lot of news from around the Play Store.
Rdio isn’t exactly the go-to service when it comes to music streaming. However, the latest announcement might just convince folks to make the switch — or at least give it a spin.
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.
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.
There is no denying that services like Spotify and Rdio are great for listening to music, but they may not be the future of all music like some people may think. A recent Nielsen report shows that digital music sales aren’t slowing, and actually may break last years sales record.
Spotify, Pandora, Rdio and Music Unlimited. These are probably the most well-known and popular music subscription services available globally, and they are currently involved in a take no prisoners battle that can only benefit the regular music-loving tech-savvy user. But while the competition should get the best out of online music streaming, there are still a few areas where neither service has managed to reach perfection. We are talking, of course, about the still steep subscription fees and the services’ sometimes-buggy mobile apps. On the first front, there hasn’t been much movement recently and it almost seems like the competitors…