Deezer Opens Up Service to Everyone In the US
Deezer today made its music-streaming service available to anyone who wants it in the U.S. The service was previously limited to Cricket Wireless customers and those who owned Sonos home stereo equipment. Deezer's offering is similar to Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Music in that it provides access to millions of tracks, radio stations, and podcasts to mobile devices. Songs can be streamed or downloaded for offline playback. Deezer is available to Android, iOS, and Windows devices. The app itself is free to download, but the Premium+ experience requires a $10 monthly fee.
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In Boon to Cricket Customers, Google Home Gains Deezer Music Streaming Service
Deezer this week said its music streaming service will soon be available for streaming on the Google Home smart speaker. Deezer competes with Spotify, Google Play Music, Apple Music, and Amazon Music Unlimited.
Deezer Releases Universal App for Windows 10
Deezer today made a new beta app available to Windows devices. The universal app works on Windows 10 for smartphones, tablets, and PCs and, says Deezer, delivers a more seamless experience across form factors.
Deezer Expands to Android Auto for In-Car Rockin'
Deezer today said the latest version of its application is compatible with Android Auto and can be used in cars by drivers. People who subscribe to Deezer Premium+ and Elite can stream their favorite playlists through a Android Auto-compatible infotainment unit.