Sony Ericsson Sings About Music Store
Sep 20, 2006, 11:28 PM by (staff)
Sony Ericsson has announced a music store that will allow users of new Walkman phones to purchase full tracks. The store, called M-BUZZ is an extension of the Play Now service which allows users with unlocked Sony Ericsson phones to download samples of songs, ringtones and other media. M-BUZZ will offer full tracks from a curated selection of new and rising artists each month as well as interviews and videos with them. It will be available to users of the W850 and W950 UMTS Walkman phones beginning in October. Since these phones will not work on US 3G networks, Sony Ericsson is unlikely to bring M-BUZZ to the US for some time.
Vine Adds Music to Video Loops
Vine has updated its Android and iOS apps with a new feature allowing users to easily attach music to their videos. A function called Snap to Beat makes it easy to create what Vine refers to as perfect loops, or soundtracks that loop seamlessly with no breaks.
Amazon Music Gains Memory Card and Android Wear Support
Amazon today updated its Amazon Music app for Android devices and added several highly-requested features. Users can now download Prime Music tracks to a memory card for offline playback, rather than store the tracks directly on the handset.
YouTube Music App Launches for Android and iOS
YouTube's stand-alone music app is now available for download. The app includes a home tab for recommended artists, as well as user-configurable stations based on individual tastes.
Sony Music Unlimited Goes Offline, Spotify Takes Its Place
Sony today followed through on an announcement made in January concerning Sony Music Unlimited and Spotify. Sony Music Unlimited has gone offline in all 19 countries where it was offered.
Time for a retarted question
I dunno, this is just a wild guess on my part.