We use all kinds of apps on our phones for different functionality. By default, there’s no way to reflect this in the volume of Android apps, though. You might want Spotify on full blast every time you open it, but want to suppress a game’s annoying audio for when you open it on the bus. Show More Summary
Windows Ink lands on Windows 10, Google teases Android apps for Chrome OS, even Steve Wozniak thinks Apple should pay more tax, Spotify finds your Game of Thrones match, and follow the Olympic Torch on Twitter. Windows Ink Arrives on...Show More Summary
Android/iOS: Your favorite tunes are probably spread out on multiple services, but Qus brings them all together and lets you mix and match for killer playlists. We’ve talked about a few similar services before, but Qus supports more sources and puts them all on your phone for on-the-go listening. Read more...
Broadcaster’s new Android and iOS app will help people discover music from its radio and TV output and listen to it through streaming services The BBC is launching a standalone smartphone and tablet app for its BBC Music brand, helping people listen and watch music clips from its radio and TV output. Show More Summary
Android’s volume controls are slowly getting better and more intuitive, but third-party tools are still required for some settings — like individual app volume levels. If you want to shut up Snapchat while keeping Spotify blaring out at a normal level, App Volume Control can help. More »
Choosing the right music is hard and everyone is trying to solve it — Spotify, Pandora, SoundCloud and more. Playlists.net thinks it has the answer, though, with a new app for iOS and Android that delivers hand-curated playlists to your lock screen once a day. Show More Summary
Spotify's new video content section, dubbed Shows, hit Android devices this week. And though the feature wasn't supposed to make it to iOS devices until sometime next week, there is a way for you to access it right now. You won't be able to access it from the Browse page, as you would on an Android. Show More Summary
Just as was rumored yesterday, Spotify for Android as received a big update. Spotify Now is the name of the new feature we're getting. It serves up either video or audio shows (podcasts) so you have a nice diverse list of options for entertainment on your commutes from here on out.
A while back, Spotify announced that it was working to add video content into its mobile app. The service, which revolves primarily around streaming music, has been looking for additional ways to cater to users. Video is one way in which the company can pull in new users and encourage existing users to [...]
I don't even remember the last time I listened to the radio. That's because, whenever I need music, Spotify is there for me. For a mere ten bucks for their no-ads Premium Service, I can stream all the music I want (well, almost all - damn you Taylor Swift and Prince!) Well now, Spotify is offering even more by providing a video service as well!
Spotify Android users in some markets will be able to watch videos, in addition to streaming music, later this week. The app will be updated to support video content for users in the U.S., the UK, Germany and Sweden. Spotify first announced...Show More Summary
Finally, music streaming service Spotify is jumping into the 21st century by adding video — but only on its mobile apps The streaming music service is set to begin integrating video clips into its Android app in the coming days and iOS...Show More Summary
Despite how you might personally feel about downloading vs. streaming music, it’s abundantly clear that streaming is the way of the future. Just look at how many popular services there are: Spotify, Pandora, SoundCloud, and even YouTube is now officially embracing the goodness of music streaming. Show More Summary
Musixmatch, the song lyrics service notable for powering the lyrics feature in Spotify’s desktop app, now lets you read the words to your favorite songs on the go. The Musixmatch app for iOS and Android has been updated with SpotifyShow More Summary
Party playlists are great, but they're no substitute for a proper DJ. Spotify thinks its new feature is the next best thing. Spotify launched a new "Party" mode for its iOS and Android apps, which features curated playlists with an adjustable mood selector. Show More Summary
YouTube is the world’s biggest online video streaming website but it’s also used for listening to music, perhaps more so than any proper music streaming service like Spotify or Apple Music. Google obviously knows that and it’s looking...Show More Summary
Spotify’s flexing its algorithmic muscles today with the news that it’s launching a new music-recommendation tool … for live concerts. Launching today for Android and iOS users, the new Concerts feature analyzes your listening history and tells you when your favorite artists are playing in a venue nearby, with tour date information provided by Songkick. […]
Apple Music is out now for Android phones. Find out how it's different than Spotify and others and why you might want to sign up.
Some of the apps you use on a regular basis are worse for your phone than others. AVG has done some analysis and identified the worst offenders. Unsurprisingly, things like Facebook, Spotify, Netflix, and Amazon top the charts. Read more...
Spotify released version 4.1 for both iOS and Android on Monday, a software update that finally enables support for the newly released Chromecast. Spotify users will finally be able to wirelessly stream their songs through their existing televisions and speaker setups. Show More Summary