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Apple Music is now cheaper in India, starts at Rs 49 monthly for students

Apple Music is now cheaper in India, starts at Rs 49 monthly for students

Starting today, users can pick the Apple Music service for a monthly payment of Rs 99 to get the individual plan which was earlier available for Rs 120. The individual plan can now also be purchased for a whole year at Rs 999 instead of its earlier price of Rs 1,200 per year.

Apple says “It’s show time” on March 25, will it be a Netflix-like streaming service?

Apple says “It’s show time” on March 25, will it be a Netflix-like streaming service?

The invite revealed only a single line like any invite from Apple does and read “It's show time”. The TV or video streaming service will be a move to tackle Amazon’s Prime Video, Hulu and Netflix.

Spotify Free vs Spotify Premium: How much more do you get by paying more?

Spotify Free vs Spotify Premium: How much more do you get by paying more?

Spotify Premium can be accessed by paying Rs 13 for a day, Rs 39 for a week, Rs 119 for a month, Rs 389 for a quarter, Rs 719 for six months and finally, Rs 1189 for a year. But do you really need a Spotify premium account for your daily music dose and are the added services really worth the price you pay?

Spotify finally launches in India; should Gaana, Saavn, Amazon Prime Music worry?

Spotify finally launches in India; should Gaana, Saavn, Amazon Prime Music worry?

The application is now available for download on Google Play Store and Apple App Store along with Windows 10 and MacOS.

Vodafone Idea to soon launch a music-streaming application in India

Vodafone Idea to soon launch a music-streaming application in India

The app will give a stiff competition to Bharti Airtel's Wynk Music and Reliance Jio's JioSaavn music streaming apps.

Ultimate Ears BOOM 3 with magic button launched in India

Ultimate Ears BOOM 3 with magic button launched in India

The speaker comes with a price tag of Rs 15,995 and it will be available on Amazon starting from January 17, 2019.

Google reveals new upcoming features for YouTube Music

Google reveals new upcoming features for YouTube Music

The company says that it will provide better audio quality and ability to select the quality for downloading and streaming on the streaming applications. The app will be updated with Sonos and Android Auto support. The company is currently rolling out SD card support for Android on its music app.

Walmart to rival Amazon, Netflix with its own streaming service: Report

Walmart to rival Amazon, Netflix with its own streaming service: Report

Walmart is looking to enter the streaming service market and it could price its monthly subscription plan less than $8 per month, according to people familiar with the matter. If this is believed to be true than it will be surely aggressively priced as compared to the likes of Netflix and Amazon.

YouTube is rolling out picture-in-picture mode to wider audiences

YouTube is rolling out picture-in-picture mode to wider audiences

There will be a toggle in the Settings menu that will allow users to continue to watch videos when they press home button. However, it is important to note that the uploader can restricted the access for picture-in-picture mode and currently most of the music videos won't work in this mode.

Apple is reported to introduce Amazon Prime-like subscription model for music, news and TV

Apple is reported to introduce Amazon Prime-like subscription model for music, news and TV

The new service is all set to rival Amazon Prime service. For the new subscription model, the Cupertino-based giant is expected to first launch a digital news subscription service next year, which could combine its Apple News app with a digital magazine service, Texture, which it acquired in March this year.

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Music streaming apps that you should try out if you’re in India

Music streaming apps that you should try out if you’re in India

In just a few weeks, Indian users have been greeted by two globally popular music streaming apps. Yes, we’re talking about Spotify and YouTube Music. With these two added to the list, how many music streaming apps is a user in India limited to.

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