Pandora pioneered the realm of ad-supported music stations, creating a free way for many to get their music fix. As the service has aged, it’s evolved to meet a changing marketplace and new demands from customers. The company introduced Pandora One, which offered users the option to pay a monthly fee in order ... Read More »
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With the launch of Apple Music just one week away (of course, not for Android users yet), Google has a major music announcement of its own.
Google I/O is often almost as much of a treasure trove for Apple fans as it is for Android fans given that Google makes some of the best software and services across both platforms. WWDC, on the other hand, typically has nothing to offer Android fans, save for snarking back and forth with Apple fans on ... Read More »
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If you are still trying to decide what the right streaming music service is for you, then this deal from Spotify will be a good chance for you to give a nice long shot to one of the top contenders without shelling out too much.
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Canadian music lovers, Google’s got some news for you that’s sure to cure that case of the Mondays.
Hop into the wayback machine and join me at Google I/O 2010. It was day 2 of the conference and Vic Gundotra was playing the ghost of Android future and showing us the Android world that was yet to come. Vic described Google Music as we have it today. (Upload your music collection to the ... Read More »
When Google announced Google Music back in May, there was a huge feature missing from the service: the ability to buy songs from inside Google Music. The main reason Google wasn’t able to add this was due to licensing deals. Basically, the company couldn’t reach a deal with music labels, so it decided to ... Read More »
Spotify is an online streaming music service similar to Pandora or Slacker Radio that allows you to access Spotify’s 15-million song library. Last week, we mentioned that Spotify was making its way to the United States in the form of an invite-only Beta after two years of wild success in Europe. It turns out today ... Read More »
In an attempt to differentiate itself from the plethora of cloud-based music services hitting the net lately, Amazon is now offering unlimited storage space for MP3 and AAC music files for all persons who purchase a paid Cloud Drive account. Cloud Drive is a cloud storage system that allows you to upload many types of ... Read More »
The Google Music page just went live! Go ahead and request an invitation, you know you want to.