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You Can Now Switch Between Clean and Explicit Versions in Real Time

A technology has arrived that allows listeners to toggle back and forth between “clean” and “explicit” lyrics in real time. The filter launched today on the online radio service Dash Radio, beating Apple, who have similar technology in the works, to the punch. In the app, that simply means holding a finger on the appropriate icon. Dash Radio said it had filed for a patent on the technology underlying the filter.
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