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A new look and new social networking and music discovery features improve one of our favorite Android music apps.
Spotify launches today in Australia and New Zealand, delivering 16 million songs to its members. To succeed, the company believes it has to be better — and not just better than its direct competitors.
Today we'll find out what it means to be a Hacker Advocate over at Spotify, with our pal Andrew Mager.
At a New York press event, the music service's co-founder and CEO Daniel Ek confirms rumors by announcing the Spotify Platform. Early partners include Rolling Stone, Billboard, Pitchfork, and Fuse.
If you can look past this free app's awkward, ugly interface, you'll find a pretty cool capability: lyrics that scroll past in time with the song. It even works with Shoutcast radio.
New data suggests that recent changes made to Apple's App Store ranking algorithm were based not on how often users run applications, but how they are categorized within the directory.
Verizon finally announces the pricing and availability date of the highly anticipated HTC Thunderbolt.
TuneWiki brings its lyrics and social networking features to streaming radio, starting with the Google Android platform.
BlackBerry may have come a little late to the app store party, but the company's App World is now open for business, offering more than 10,000 apps to choose from.
TuneWiki, creator of a social music service centered around discovering lyrics, has launched a new game for the iPhone that focuses on--you guessed it--lyrics.