V-Moda might be a familiar name to audiophiles among the readers. The company has been in the limelight in the recent past for coming up with high quality headphones that have managed to impress both critics and consumers alike.
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SoundCloud has just launched Pulse, a companion app for the original SoundCloud app that is meant for creators. The application is now available to users on Android devices.
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Vine, the popular six second video app has received an important update that lets you further enhance your videos. Users can now add their favorite music to their videos thanks to the latest Snap to Beat feature.
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Google’s Play Music app reportedly has a bug that apparently deletes your downloaded and cached music stored on the microSD card whenever your device gets reboot. Continue reading “Is Google Play Music bug silently wiping your downloaded music too?”
Apart from the changes to your smartphone and tablet, the latest v6.0 update for Play Music does bring in other improvements as well. It comes bundled with Android Wear companion app v2.0 that comes with a download manager for music that is synced to your smartwatch.
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The developers at doubletwist have come up with a new app called CloudPlay that lets you stream music from your Google Drive, Dropbox and OneDrive accounts. It is aimed at freeing users from the various limitations that come with other cloud based music players.
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Google already lets you do lots of day to day tasks with simple “OK Google” voice command. Today, the company has teamed up with third party apps including Shazam in order to launch them directly from Search app.
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Guvera music streaming service has officially entered India offering a library of over 12 million tracks via web and mobile platforms. Available on Android and iPhone, Guvera boasts of free music ranging from Bollywood to International artists.
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Shazam has updated its Android app with Google Play integration. The latest update adds the ability for users to instantly buy music via Google Play directly from the app.
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Rumors about YouTube planning to launch a subscription service were looming the web quiet some time now but today more details about the service are out. Android Police has revealed some screenshots of the streaming service which YouTube will call ‘Music Key’.
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Saavn is expanding its music catalog by partnering Warner Music and EMI. The latest partnership will add 8 lakh tracks from international artists on the music streaming company that will now boast of about 2 million songs. Saavn now covers music from all major labels in the US, including Sony and Universal.
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Google already lets you search for artists and albums, now it will allow users to play the music directly from search results. The latest update for Android makers it quicker and easier to search for and play music.
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Apple has partnered Shazam to work on a song identification tool for iOS 8, according to reports from Bloomberg. The feature will allow users to identify a song using their iPhone or iPad’s microphone. The report states that users will be able to access the song identification feature via Apple’s digital voice assistant, Siri. Hence, Siri will answer once a user asks “What song is playing” as it will generate the data from Shazam which has more than 90 million users.
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Pacemaker for iPad has landed on Apple’s app store and it is free. Pacemaker is a virtual DJ application that allows users to mix songs and create effects. The application is free to download and users can choose to buy effects, filters and extended functionality from the in-app store.
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Avid users of Google’s Play Music All Access service have long lamented the lack of ability to set a download location for offline music. With the latest update, Google’s Spotify Competitor lets you store the tracks on the SD card instead of eating up valuable internal storage. Google Play Music All Access is a service by the search giant that lets subscribers stream music from a 16 million track library and also lets you keep tracks offline.
If you just stream music or have a device that lacks a card slot then this won’t affect you much. However, if your use case scenario is similar to ours where you end up saving playlists offline over WiFi to avoid going over your data limit then you’d know how quickly all those tracks can eat up space. Simply head to the settings option in the app and click storage location. A pop up will let you decide between internal storage or an SD card if you have it installed in your phone. In the brief amount of time we spent with the updated version of the application, we couldn’t spot an option to move already existing tracks over to the SD card so you might have to redownload those.