In an attempt to further differentiate itself from competitors, Spotify is releasing a new feature soon called Discover Weekly that will hopefully introduce you to some new music, relevant to your tastes.
Discover Weekly is essentially a two hour playlist of new music that is built upon your listening habits. Which means that ... Read More »
The Soundfreaq Sound Kick was my first ever Bluetooth speaker. It started my obsession with Bluetooth audio, and I don’t use the word obsession lightly. I love Bluetooth speakers and it’s all attributed to the Sound Kick. So when I heard that the successor to the speaker was being released, I got very excited.
There is no shortage of players in the wireless speaker market these days, but as far as whole home systems go, Sonos remains the virtually undisputed champion, and its latest app update represents another leap forward for them in terms of convenience.
One of the major benefits you are looking for with a whole home system ... Read More »
YouTube is finally ready to get serious about music. After years of serving as the home to countless music videos, remixes, playlists and more, YouTube is introducing several updates today that will put music front and center, including a subscription service called YouTube Music Key.
In the blog post on the official YouTube blog ... Read More »
In a move to take on companies like Beats and Bose, Samsung is using their name to push a new brand of premium audio products called Samsung Level. Originally announced several months ago, starting tomorrow Samsung’s Level premium audio products will finally be available in the US.
The starting lineup for Level includes four accessories:
When T-Mobile’s Un-carrier 6.0 was announced, we were very pleased. Getting to stream music without impacting your data cap is a fantastic idea, especially since high quality music uses a lot of data. Those with capped data plans on T-Mobile will surely appreciate ... Read More »
By now, everyone is probably aware of Samsung’s push to replace everything Google with an equivalent Samsung service. The company has everything from an app store to two music services available for Galaxy users to use instead of Google’s offerings. However, it now looks like Samsung is moving away from many of these services.
We’ll forgive you if you’ve entirely forgotten about Samsung Milk Music. Milk Music is Samsung’s music streaming service that’s only available for some Galaxy devices, previously for free and ad-free. I have expressed my enjoyment for the service, as it’s legitimately pretty nice, but even I forgot about it entirely. However, there are some changes ... Read More »