New Rdio apps released for iOS and Android, and they’re beautiful

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  • Eric

    Screenshot shows a Nexus One running JB. I smell something fishy.

    • Dalex

      Probably running a custom rom of either ICS or JB since they both use the same holo theme introduced by Ice Cream Sandwich.

  • HighClassFrenchCricket

    10 dolla per month is too expensive, netflix+rdio…wawawewa lets cut down those bills

  • JUST SAYING

    BUY THE NOTE 2 IT HAS A BUILT IN RADIO

  • Tom

    I really like RDIO and was thinking of upgrading to the mobile subscription for $8/month. When did it go to $10? I think that is just too much.

  • pats

    lol

  • jPhoneUser

    had this for many months. dumped this over songza. 10$ a month for music subscription is expensive :S

    hope netflix bring a 15$ movies + music package.

  • William

    How is $10 a month for as much music as you want too much? What do you pay for ONE cd? Are you daft?

    • Dalex

      CDs are also stupidly expensive at 15$ a pop, that doesn’t mean this is excused at 10$/month. You don’t get to own any of these tracks. You get ripped a new one both ways. It’s like they want us to just pirate these tracks.

      I’ll stick with Songza/8tracks thanks.

  • Patrick

    I’m trying it right now and my only complain is that it’s hard to return to the “playing right now” screen. You have to go trough the notification bar.

  • Croak

    Seems to have nothing but pop and rap music, the same crap I already don’t listen to on a real radio. Selection is mostly based on what other people are listening to?

    And while I realize taste is subjective, this is one of the least attractive tablet apps I’ve seen. Doesn’t conform to Holo guidelines, the Back button exists the app instead of going back to the previous screen, the color scheme is an unattractive stark white and blue, there’s no easy way to search genres (hence my belief that it’s Top 100 crap), and it’s more laggy than Netflix when scrolling through the album lists.

    But other than that, I guess it does what it says.

  • Ron

    10 bucks a month is a solid price for a service this great. Ive used it for over a year, and I’ve turned friends onto it. New update finally provides remote control feature which is incredible. I don’t even notice the money coming from my account.
    Their support is fast and helpful too. Always innovating; this is the future of direct entertainment.
    As far as “selective sync” as referred to in the article, you click an album and select sync. It doesnt get more selective than that. You dont have to sync your whole collection.