Rdio is busy rolling out visual updates across the board. The streaming service has not only revamped the web interface, but also both the Android and iOS apps. The company has also improved personalized features and highlights its free radio offering. Those who fire up the new apps will be able to witness a refined layout to better connect consumers with Rdio's free services, ensuring everyone knows what's on offer without parting with hard-earned cash.
The free access enables users to access stations, curated content and more. Rdio is attempting to change how it urges folk to upgrade to premium too, opting to make it more subtle. Some other changes in this latest release include the following:
- Favorites: Find something you love? Favorite anything from albums to artists, tracks to stations, and keep them all in one place.
- Browse: Stations can now be found here, from genre stations to all-new curated stations for any mood.
- Trending: What's most popular right now, combining Heavy Rotation and Top Charts.
It's a neat move by Rdio, better connecting users with music. Are you a fan of Rdio? Let us know how you're digging the latest update in the comments.
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