The new app will give users a robust, classical music experience with over 5 million tracks, biographies on composers, and lossless audio.
It's not NFL Plus, it's me.
After originally launching in November, the new Twitter Blue is back, and it's priced differently for the web and iOS.
If you're an Apple Music or YouTube Music user, you can now discover which songs, artists, and genres you streamed the most in 2022.
If you're on an Unlimited Plus plan, you can score a free year of ad-free YouTube and save $120.
You can only get the new Blue through iOS (for now), and the price might be changing.
The music service's entire catalog of over 100 million songs is now available to all Prime members, but you'll have to be okay with shuffle mode.
The platform is also introducing the ability to host adult-only streams, as well as new collaborative features for going live.
Many users have reported trouble with signing into services, streaming games in their market, and more during Week 1 of the season.
The once extremely-successful movie theater subscription service is rising from the ashes, this time with a new business model and a few pricing tiers to boot.
An FCC commissioner has written a letter to Apple and Google to advocate for the app to be banned from their app stores in the United States.
The feature is arriving alongside three other new updates.
The new version is available now for every supported platform.
The feature was released a couple of weeks ago, but is anyone actually using it?
It's technically called "Apple Music Sing," but you get the idea.
There's no word on when they'll ship, but 9to5Google reports that both apps are "full" versions of their smartphone counterparts.
The app now makes downloading music, accessing your library, and playing podcasts from your wrist a lot easier.
Nothing is ready yet - iOS users are just getting the version of Twitter that'll support it.
Elon Musk's first big adjustment to Twitter's business model could be to start charging for verification.
It's not totally perfect, but if you have Twitter Blue and live in the US, you'll wanna read this.
If you give Twitter $4.99 a month, you might get the feature in a few weeks.
The platform's head, Adam Mosseri, confirmed in an interview that changes which made the app look like it was morphing into TikTok will be paused, at least for the time being.
Microsoft is officially retiring the browser today, and a future update will disable it entirely.
Is Google's communication app situation ever *not* a little complicated?