Tag Archive: Streams

TIDAL music service now streams on Sonos

Sonos now supports music streaming service TIDAL on its wireless speaker system. TIDAL bills itself as the first high fidelity lossless music streaming service with HD music videos and curated editorial. TIDAL has announced that the integration with Sonos is now live in the U.S. and Canada, and support in the U.K. will follow shortly.

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Developer does what Spotify won’t and puts your music streams on your Chromecast

blankSpotify famously said it has no plans to support Chromecast, but that hasn’t stopped one Android developer from coming up with a solution. Spoticast is the work of NOP Developments and while it’s not perfect – yet – it provides Spotify Premium subscribers with at least one method to get their music onto their TV.

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Multiple app markets crossing streams, causing problems for some

Cross the streams

Now this is interesting. Seems that some of you who have purchased apps from the Amazon Appstore are starting to see conflicts with the Android Market. A couple scenarios appear to be playing out. In some instances, the Android Market sees an app that was purchased from the Amazon Appstore, knows an updated version is available, but then fails on updating because the app wasn’t actually purchased from the Android Market.   [Read More…]

Catch Notes launches Streams for note sharing and collaboration [new website too]

Catch Notes has redesigned its note-taking app that gives users the option to open up their notebooks to others. While Catch has primarily been a private dynamic note-taking app with some sharing abilities, the latest version of the app actually supports sharing notes with others and allowing for members to give each other feedback.

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Skifta now streams music, photos, and video to and from Android devices over 3G or Wi-Fi

After being in beta for several months as a streaming service for DLNA, Skifta has graduated to “gold status” as a full-fledged product for Android. Now anyone with a compatible Android 2.2 or higher phone or tablet can stream their media to a PlayStation 3 or Xbox, laptop, friend’s television, phone, or anything else that accepts DLNA/UPnP connections. Or even from a computer to  [Read More…]