Amazon Music is now launching podcasts on their music streaming service in the U.S, U.K, Germany, and Japan…

You will be able to listen to your favorite podcasts on the updated Amazon Music app and of course, all Amazon Echo devices. In fact, Amazon Music will be the default place Alexa will look for when you ask it to play podcasts. It will remember where you left off and continue to play it, regardless of what platform you were listening from.

Learn More @ Android Community

A “Super-Easy” Way To Get To Some Music “SuperFast”

I have found “Internet Radio” to be a super-easy way to get to some music super fast. If you perform a search on the site, you may even find some of your local stations. Once you find a radio station, look for the popout feature that allows you to popout the station in a separate smaller window that can then be minimized, etc… This allows you to work on other things, without distraction, while listening to your music. It appears you can even launch your own radio station at “Internet Radio”…

Listen to music from thousands of internet radio stations streaming live right now. Search or browse all your favourite music genres.

Source: Internet Radio: Music from Thousands of Stations

Spotify vs. Google Play Music: Which should you subscribe to? | Android Central

I am currently looking at Google Play Music and Spotify as an online music service subscription… So which one is the best?

Spotify is one of the most popular music services on the market today, but is it more deserving of your money than Google Play Music? Depending on your musical habits, the answer may be easier than you think.

Source: Spotify vs. Google Play Music: Which should you subscribe to? | Android Central

A Promising NEW Android App Called Radiogram

Radiogram is currently designated as being “unreleased”; however, you can download and try it. In other words, it is in “beta testing” and could be unstable; but, don’t let that stop you. I have installed it on my Android phone and so far I have found it to be quite stable. Radiogram is a FREE app (no ads) that gives you the ability to listen to thousands of radio stations (music, news, sports, etc…). Find your station of interest and simply tap on it to start playing. Nice app that is already good and will only get better…

Source: Google Play Store – Radiogram

 

Chrome Music Lab – Hands-On Experiments

Are you a music lover? If so, make sure you check out the Chrome Music Lab where you can have some fun with the hands-on experiments (such as Song Maker, Rhythm, Spectogram, Chords, Sound Waves, Appregios, Melody Maker and more…).  All of these apps can be run straight from your web browser and no account sign-in is required.

What is Chrome Music Lab? Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments.

What can it be used for? Many teachers have been using Chrome Music Lab as a tool in their classrooms to explore music and its connections to science, math, art, and more. They’ve been combining it with dance and live instruments.

Can I use it to make my own songs? Yes. Check out the Song Maker experiment, which lets you make and share your own songs.

Source:  Chrome Music Lab

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