11/16/2011, We know that there are music apps, but a music album app? According to legendary musician, Sting, this could be the new model for musicians to adopt, and the musician himself said that he may never release another album, but will opt to release an app instead that will contain his songs.
07/30/2011, Apple launched 90 second song previews way back in December last year but to the chagrin of many users, it was only available in the United States. It was reported that Apple had to work hard with individual record labels just to introduce it here, so it took an even longer time to get it approved for international markets. Now, over half a year later, 90 second song previews are […]
06/02/2011, Ubisoft showed off their upcoming music-based rhythm game, Rocksmith, at this year’s SXSW event. The game that lets users plug in a real guitar into their consoles as opposed to plastic controllers with five different colored buttons. This way, players are doing more than just playing a game – they’re actually learning how to play songs as well. The game is set to be released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation […]
04/14/2011, Yesterday we reported that Spotify was rumored to be making some changes to their free service – well according to the latest post on the official blog, it looks like those rumors have come true. Users of the free Spotify service will be taking a major hit from this new move. Here are the changes to the service as listed on their blog:
04/13/2011, Spotify, the music streaming service that is based on the freemium model (free usage of the service, but paying gets more benefits) might be cutting back the features of its free service in order to push them towards getting a paid account. According to reports, Spotify will be imposing new limits as soon as this week. The limits will cap the amount of times a user can listen to the […]
04/11/2011, PSP owners who love listening to music will be in for a treat in a few days. Sony has announced that Music Unlimited, its music streaming app will be available on Sony’s handheld console – the PSP. Starting April 14, Music Unlimited will allow PSP users to stream music from their computers onto the console with the basic plan ($3.99 a month) while the premium plan ($9.99 a month) will […]
07/13/2009, Just yesterday we were testing Shazam on an iPhone, in a noisy environment… now Blackberry users can get Shazam to recognize a song and point them to a place to buy it. If you have never heard of Shazam, it listens to a track that playing on the radio/tv or whatever source and searches for it in a database (hosted remotely). If it finds a match, it will provide the song […]