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Rdio expands to seven new countries

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 12 Mar 2013 1:33 User comments (1)

Rdio expands to seven new countries Rdio continues its global rollout.
The streaming music service will now be available in seven new nations; Mexico, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, and Austria.

With the expansion, Rdio is now available in 30 nations, mainly in North America and Europe.

"Rdio is the best product on the market for discovering music," says Drew Larner, CEO of Rdio, "and we will continue to improve that discovery experience by developing smarter tools to surface artists and songs our users love. By opening the social circle to seven new international markets, we're making Rdio an increasingly global way to play, discover, and share music."

The service is almost identical to Spotify and has 18 million tracks available. You can stream for free for the first 6 months (up to a certain amount of hours) and $5 per month gets you unlimited web streaming. $10 per month gets you unlimited web and mobile streaming.

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112.3.2013 19:34

It's here in Australia and personally I think it's utter crap.

Downloaded it just has the radio on it to download or play any songs it needs a paid membership a radio station is supporting it here as well and say it has free membership for 6 months.

I can't select songs I can select to play local radio stations? I don't see how it's the same as spotify in that you can't select songs to play it seems to me to be more like pandora where you type in a name and a radio station is setup and that is all that happens.

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