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.
Winamp has just received an update in the Google Play Store. For those that love Winamp back to the old Napster days and beyond, you'll be happy to know this music player for Android got a little better this week. They've integrated notification controls and fixed a few bugs.
CES is available starting today, and if you love portable speakers it's worth a quick look. Meet the Bem Speaker Trio. This unique Bluetooth speaker option allows you to blast your tunes in the living room, then bring the music with you to multiple rooms and even the garage all simultaneously. All this works completely without wires too, so bring on the Google Music.
music collection. It's frustrating when it happens and you can't figure out the title or artist, but thankfully there are a number of apps that will help you identify songs using your phone's microphone. Today, Google has stepped into that arena, launching its Sound Search for Google Play widget.
Samsung Galaxy Player ever. Previously known internationally as the Samsung Pebble, today Samsung has listed up for sale the newly renamed Pebble as the Galaxy Muse media player for the USA. What makes the Muse special is the way in which it pairs nicely with multiple Samsung Galaxy devices for easily listening or transferring of music.
SoundHound has received a nice little update this afternoon that should make many users happy. Today the developers have issued a quick update that promises to make searching and song recognition even faster. They've also added a few new features and improved on the layout. Now it's the fastest and best looking song matching app for Android.