DoubleTwist Debuts Magic Radio Streaming Music Service

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  • 12 Mar 2013
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  • DoubleTwist introduced this week Magic Radio, a streaming music service that basically offers you an infinite playlist of the music you love. The interface is pretty clean and reminds me of something Nokia would do on Windows Phone, stuff like Mix Radio.


    You can select music arranged by moods and add stations while you’re listening. You can also “tune” the station to change the experience a bix. You can also play, mix and share music with 15 million songs, all available to interact with in the cloud. Sharing via Facebook and Twitter is also enabled. The subscription for the service is $3.99 a month and Magic Radio will analyze your library and create a specially tailored station.

    The cool thing is that this is an ad-free service and the way to create a station involves simply defining keyboard, setting a tempo range and a few other original methods. Magic Radio will be available as part of the latest update of the DoubleTwist music player. You can get it for free from here.

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