Apple Music isn't one of the top choices for most Android users, but it's used by a decent number of Apple converts. The latest streaming service ignores them, but other music streaming apps are likely to follow with their own discounted voice-only services.
Lossless audio hasn't seemed to be something that most consumers care about in the past, so why are companies like Apple and Amazon singing its praises lately? Could there be new products on the horizon, or is this a strategic move against their competition?
How many services do you subscribe to? You probably think not many until you start writing them down and realize not only how many there are, but how much you spend on them each month. It's time to do an audit and save yourself some money.
SiriusXM is letting you listen for free during the next four months when you sign up for an Essential streaming subscription. You can cancel at any time with no penalty, though the membership will continue at $8/month once the trial ends otherwise.
Visit LA's Grammy Museum digitally this month. Though doors are closed to the building, you can stream discussions with artists like Billie Eilish, take a few music education courses, or scroll through digital exhibits like Whitney! all for free.
SiriusXM is offering a 1-year membership to its Sirius Select streaming service at the discounted price of $60, and you'll even score a free Amazon Echo Dot smart speaker in the process (valued at $50).
Spotify has brought its Kids app to Premium Family customers in the U.S., Canada, and France after an earlier launch in Western Europe. Users who make use of the service will be able to access child-friendly, curated Spotify playlists including lullabies and educational content.
Tidal just unleashed over 500 playlists inspired by what some of the most popular artists are currently listening to, and now you can check them all out for what amounts to $1 per month. You can even choose Tidal's Hi-Fi plan for this price.