There have been some key developments in the digital music sector recently with three main companies Soundcloud, Amazon and Spotify taking the next step forward to maximise content available for consumers and we’d like to give you a brief overview of the exciting new adventures occurring in the digital world of music and video streaming below.
Soundcloud launched a subscription streaming service ‘Soundcloud Go’ in the U.S. in March and earlier this month in the UK and Ireland as well. Following in the footsteps of streaming competitors such as Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer and Tidal, Soundcloud is offering an extensive 125m catalogue of music available at a £9.99 per month fee. Even though the free service will still be available, users will only be able to listen to a 30 second clip preview and will not be able to download tracks to listen to offline, with hopes that this…
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