Pandora Radio has announced their latest milestone. They have crossed the 200 million mark in terms of registered users. Or perhaps a little closer to the mobile side of the house, Pandora Radio now has more than 140 million listeners that have tuned in on a mobile device. That seems to say something about the simplicity and ease of use that comes with Pandora. Of course, the quality doesn't hurt either.
Pandora Radio at some point. The popular music streaming service still provides that personalized radio experience we've grown accustomed to. So for those Pandora fans, we have some good news. They've updated the app and finally added lockscreen music controls.
SoundHound has just received a large update that is improving tablet support and adding tons of features that previously only phone users were enjoying. Check it out below.
Twitter is getting ready to take on some aspects of the music industry while also integrating plenty of music discovery and listening features into their service. According to a few new reports from CNET the new feature will reportedly be called Twitter Music and their iOS app could launch within the next month. Just like Vine, it looks like Twitter will once again shun Android users.
YouTube related rumors are calling for a subscription based music streaming service. Keep in mind, this is coming in addition to the rumors about Google setting up a subscription streaming service for Android users, one that is expected to be tied in with Google Play. Some of the features are likely to overlap, of course that can probably be said about any two subscription based music services.
Pandora free online radio streaming. It looks like the personalized radio service will soon be adding limits to us mobile users. For those that enjoy the mobile app on Android you might want to listen up. According to new reports mobile users will be limited to 40 hours of streaming a month. After that they'll have to pony up some cash to keep listening.
Google Services 3.0 for Android, which also integrated Google+ sign in features and more. Today one of the first apps to access this new feature is the popular music service TuneIn Radio. The update landed last night and allows listeners to sign in using their Google+ profile, and from there the music gets a flowing.