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Discogs v2.0 adds database exploration, better VinylHub integration, and more

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

The Discogs app landed on the Play Store in 2016. Version 2.0, out now, features a number of improvements, including the new ability to explore the Discogs Database without starting at a specific search and better VinylHub integration that lets you view participating retailers' record selections from in the app.

The Search view now allows users to start browsing without any particular destination in mind, with categories such as Most Collected and Most Wanted records alongside more obvious ones like genre and year.

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Discogs v2.0 adds database exploration, better VinylHub integration, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Shazam getting chat head-like ‘pop-up’ search

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

Shazam is getting a new function that should make it easier to manually initiate sound searches. Reader Samarth reports that he now has the option to enable a Shazam notification that, when tapped, brings up a persistent chat head-like bubble that acts as a shortcut to sound searches.

While it requires more work than letting Shazam do its thing automatically in the background, the pop-up (as Shazam calls it) seems pretty convenient.

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Shazam getting chat head-like 'pop-up' search was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

AT Player is a feature-rich free music app that lets you listen to music on YouTube, plays your offline library, and helps you discover new tracks [Sponsored Post]

Friday, June 8th, 2018

AT Player is a totally free app that will make your mobile music experience more enjoyable. It has two related sets of features, depending on your habits. If you have a local music library, it is a top notch player with extensive playlist support, equalizer, lyric search, and more. If you like to stream music for free, it's an easy and smart portal to YouTube's massive collection.

You can always go to YouTube for free, so why use AT Player?

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AT Player is a feature-rich free music app that lets you listen to music on YouTube, plays your offline library, and helps you discover new tracks [Sponsored Post] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Spotify is asking its users if they’d subscribe to a $30/month data-only plan with Spotify Premium included

Sunday, June 3rd, 2018

From time to time, Spotify will ask its users about various things relating to the service. I had personally been putting off a survey asking for my thoughts on the home screen for a couple of days. However, a reader recently received a much more interesting survey question: whether a data-only mobile plan by Spotify would be something he/she would be interested in.

The survey first asked for our tipster's race and whether or not he/she is paying for their own data plan, then popped the big question you see in the screenshot above.

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Spotify is asking its users if they'd subscribe to a $30/month data-only plan with Spotify Premium included was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Deezer releases a native app for Android TV

Saturday, June 2nd, 2018

Deezer has been in the news quite a lot over the past few months. The music service integrated with Google Home in a few countries, launched a Shazam-like song recognition feature inside its app, and it's now doing one more thing to keep its Android TV users, specifically, happy. The previous Deezer app for the platform is being updated with a more native experience that offers a lot more in a straightforward interface.

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Deezer releases a native app for Android TV was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Weekend poll: Which music streaming services do you use?

Sunday, May 20th, 2018

Earlier this week, Google revealed its latest music streaming service: YouTube Music. Unlike the existing app of the same name—which is little more than a video player—the new YouTube music would be more like Play Music or Spotify, but this time with YouTube semi-independently calling the shots. The organization and flow of subscriptions between YouTube Red, Play Music, and the new YouTube Music and YouTube Premium has led to some confusion, but the concept of Google maintaining two separate music streaming services inspires the question: Do you use a music streaming service?

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Weekend poll: Which music streaming services do you use? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Weekend poll: Which music streaming services do you use?

Sunday, May 20th, 2018

Earlier this week, Google revealed its latest music streaming service: YouTube Music. Unlike the existing app of the same name—which is little more than a video player—the new YouTube music would be more like Play Music or Spotify, but this time with YouTube semi-independently calling the shots. The organization and flow of subscriptions between YouTube Red, Play Music, and the new YouTube Music and YouTube Premium has led to some confusion, but the concept of Google maintaining two separate music streaming services inspires the question: Do you use a music streaming service?

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Weekend poll: Which music streaming services do you use? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

YouTube Red is now YouTube Premium, YouTube Music partially replacing Google Play Music

Thursday, May 17th, 2018

Google's current services for music and video overlap a bit... to say the least. There's YouTube Red, which gives you ad-free videos and some bonus features. Then you have YouTube Music, which is more oriented towards music videos, and requires a YouTube Red subscription. Google Play Music is purely music-based, and functions as both a streaming service (like Spotify) and a storage location for your vast collection of MP3s.

Rumors have been circulating for months about a new service, believed to be named 'YouTube Remix.' It would replace Google Play Music, and presumably YouTube Music as well.

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YouTube Red is now YouTube Premium, YouTube Music partially replacing Google Play Music was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

YouTube Red is now YouTube Premium, YouTube Music partially replacing Google Play Music

Thursday, May 17th, 2018

Google's current services for music and video overlap a bit... to say the least. There's YouTube Red, which gives you ad-free videos and some bonus features. Then you have YouTube Music, which is more oriented towards music videos, and requires a YouTube Red subscription. Google Play Music is purely music-based, and functions as both a streaming service (like Spotify) and a storage location for your vast collection of MP3s.

Rumors have been circulating for months about a new service, believed to be named 'YouTube Remix.' It would replace Google Play Music, and presumably YouTube Music as well.

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YouTube Red is now YouTube Premium, YouTube Music partially replacing Google Play Music was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

YouTube adds automatic ‘Music in this video’ credits

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

YouTube videos with identifiable music will now feature credits complete with artist names and song and album titles in their descriptions. The information even includes a link to the artist's official YouTube channel, where applicable. The music is identified automatically by the technology behind YouTube's ContentID.

The feature is working on more than half a billion videos of all kinds—not just music videos—so if you hear music on YouTube, there's a pretty good chance you can see what it is by checking the video's full info.

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YouTube adds automatic 'Music in this video' credits was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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