free music streaming Stories May 4, 2015

Google doubling the free trial period for new Play Music All Access members

From 9to5Toys.com:

Google Play is currently handing out two free months of its Unlimited All Access Music service. While you can always grab one month for free as a trial, today’s deal packs an extra 30 days on for nothing. After the usual 30 day grace period, All Access will regularly run you $9.99 per month, bringing you a total savings of $10 today. This is only for new subscribers, not renewals.

With Unlimited access, you can listen to the million of songs in the Google Play catalogue as much as you want with no ads. You’ll find a series of mood based radio stations/playlists, and full syncing of your personal library on all your devices.

Looking for premium streaming for even less? Spotify is currently offering 3 months of its primetime service for just $0.99 right now.

free music streaming Stories November 6, 2011

A new web service called Rokker.fm uses YouTube’s vast music library to stream music to users for free. The service is very sleek (still in beta), and reminds us of Spotify and Grooveshark. Since it uses YouTube, Rokker also displays the video in a tiny spot in the bottom right of the page.

If you’re interested in buying the song you’re listening to, you can purchase it through an Amazon link on the website. Rokker also gives you the ability to signup for an account and manage playlists. Here’s to Google not blocking it!

Rokker.fm also plans to release both a Mac and iOS app to Apple’s App Store. Check out screenshots of the apps after the break:

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