Reports have been floating around overnight that music streaming service, Rdio, has expanded its markets. According to various reports on Twitter the service has become available in the UK and in France. Being in the UK, I'm perfectly placed to try it out, and the reports seem to be true. Account signup and streaming seems to work just fine.
All new users are being offered a free 7-day trial of the service, before a subscription will be required at £9.99 a month for the full unlimited account. Rdio is really popular in the US, but in the UK it will be tough to take market share from the runaway leader, Spotify.
If you're keen to try it out though, we've got download links to the Rdio Android application after the break.
via The Verge
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