If you don't mind paying a monthly fee, Rdio is a great way to listen to and discover new music, set up playlists, and share with friends and other members.
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At Google's Nexus press event in San Francisco today, the search giant announced a new family plan that gives up to six people access to the Google Play Music library for $14.99 a month. Check out how it compares to competitive plans from Apple, Spotify, Rdio, and Tidal.
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