Cingular Partners To Offers Music
Nov 2, 2006, 12:06 PM by (staff)
Cingular today announced it's new music service as well as a new music enabled phone called SYNC. As expected, the Cingular has partnered with Yahoo! Music and Napster subscription services, allowing users to load sings from a PC onto a compatible handset. Cingular has also partnered with eMusic to provide Sony Ericsson Walkman phones with music as well. Cingular will offer sign up bonuses with each of these services for users who are not already members. Although Cingular will not offer over the air downloads to handsets, they have integrated a way for users to shop for songs on their handsets and have them downloaded to their PC. Cingular will also offer music videos that can be purchased over the air as well as 25 XM radio streams that users can listen to for $9 per month. Napster and Yahoo! services are available on the LG CU500, HTC 3125 and the SYNC, previously revealed as the Samsung A707. Yesterday FCC documents revealed the Nokia N75 will also be compatible.
Apple Music for Android Adds Music Videos
Apple recently updated its Apple Music application for the Android platform and added access to music videos. Apple says thousands of music videos are now available to Android users, allowing subscribers to browse through new videos or search for specific songs or artists.
Google to Merge Google Play Music and YouTube Red
Google plans to shake up its music offering and ad-free video service, according to statements made by Lyor Cohen, the head of Google Play Music. As it stands today, Google Play Music is available to a single person for $10 per month and families for $15 per month.
iTunes Radio to Go Behind Apple Music Pay Wall
Apple has begun informing listeners of iTunes Radio that the service will require a fee beginning later this month. iTunes Radio has been available since 2013 and allows people to listen to ad-supported music stations.
YouTube Launches Music Service for Android and iOS
YouTube today announced a new way to consume music on Android and iOS devices, as well as the web. YouTube made it easier to find music videos by surfacing them to the top of the search discovery tool.
YouTube Music Now Supports Custom Offline Playlists
Google updated its YouTube Music application recently and made it possible for users to create their own playlists for offline listening. Before the update, YouTube Music would create mixtape for subscribers using its own algorithms — subscribers could not pick and choose individual songs or albums for offline playback.
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