Rdio Releases App for Windows 8 With Over 20 Million Tracks
There are plenty of radio apps or music streaming services on the Windows Store, but many tablet users have been waiting especially for the Rdio app to get released for Windows 8 users.
Rdio has finally released its official app for Windows 8, 8.1 and RT users after what seemed to be quite a while for those who have been waiting for it to make its way. Those who already have an account on their Android or iOS device and have recently bought a Windows 8 tablet are those who were the most eager ones. Now it’s here and is available as a free download, so you just need to follow the link at the end to get this 5 mb app on your Windows 8 devices.
Rdio is finally here, comes with a lot of awesome features
Discover your next favorite track with Rdio, a social jukebox with over 20 million tracks to play — instantly or in stations. Play what you want, when you want, from new hits to classic albums. Or, start a station based on any track, artist or genre and lean back while Rdio plays a perfect mix of songs. Once you’ve found some favorites, add them to your Collection or put them in a playlist. Feeling social? Follow friends, artists and other music lovers to see what they’re playing. The more people you follow, the more music you’ll discover. It’s music evolved. Go and play.
Rdio for Windows 8 comes with with the ability to let you listen to your favorite songs or convert them into stations and then share them with your friends. That’s why it is touted as a social jukebox where you get to discover more awesome music as you follow more folks. The app comes with live tile support and it’s possible to pin albums to the Start Screen and background audio playback is ensured, as well.
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