If you’d rather not spend money purchasing entire albums or every song just so you can listen to it, streaming music services might be the answer to your predicament. The good news is that if you’re living in Europe, Rdio has recently announced that their service will be launching in all European countries soon, possibly giving Spotify a run for their money. While no specific dates were mentioned, the availability of Rdio’s services are expected to rollout starting with several countries over the next couple of months. At the moment the company is still in the process of dealing with the various record labels in order to secure the rights to the music.
The company also revealed more good news and said that they will not be stopping in Europe and has apparently been in talks with “a guy on the ground in Asia”, so the possibility of Rdio’s services arriving for the Asian market is on the horizon. Unfortunately no timeframe has been given just yet, but we suppose Rdio will probably want to focus their efforts in Europe first before moving on to other markets. Until then don’t forget to check back with us from time to time for more updates!
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