Watch out, Spotify.
There's another music subscription service on the block.
SoundCloudGO costs $10 per month and has a catalog of 125 million tracks, offline listening, and no ads.
It's available on iOS, Android phones, or your web browser.
By comparison, Spotify says it has around 30 million tracks.
But SoundCloud is a different face to many other services out there.
It has remixes, mashup, and red track not easily found else where.
Kind of like a YouTube for audio.
And you might have trouble finding original songs from some big name artists.
Search for Lady Gaga and you'll find lots of radio interviews, but no full length songs.
So does Soundcloud Go have what it takes to stand out in a crowded market?
In the past twelve months, we've seen rdio, Songza, and MixRadio shut up shop.
Pandora recently overhauled it's executive board, and the title isn't exactly the overwhelming success that Jay Z wants you to think it is.
So if you want to take Soundcloud and go for a spin, there is a 30 day free trial.
But right now, the service is only available in the United States.
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