Spotify
Spotify is continuing to revamp both its Android and iOS mobile apps. Only last week, the company pushed out an update that brought a revamped home page, and have now swiftly followed up with customised profiles on both mobile platforms.
Spotify
Spotify has released a new update to both its Android and iOS apps, bringing a refreshed home page to bring forth the content you need at the precise moment it thinks you’ll need it. Spotify wants this new home page to be the smartest destination for finding content.
Auri Music
A new music app specifically designed for Android Auto has just been released. Auri Music is an offline music player that comes with shuffle support, a favorite option that you can use while driving, as well a search feature to look for a specific song in your entire library.
Apple has split iTunes into three apps: Apple Music, Podcasts and Apple TV. Each exists in its own right, with Apple splitting its entertainment ecosystem into three apps for a clearer, more simplified user experience.
EE will be testing a 5G-powered WiFi at Glastonbury this summer. It will be the first time this technology is used at a UK festival and comes ahead of it being rolled out to other cities and events later this year.
Apple Music
Apple Music is now available on Fire TV devices in the US and UK. In order to use it, you will require an active Apple Music subscription, including a free trial subscription.
Pandora
SiriusXM is to acquire Pandora in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately $3.5 billion, the companies announced Monday. According to the announcement, the deal will create the world’s largest audio-entertainment company, with more than $7 billion in projected revenue in 2018.
Back in October of last year, Google revealed two additions to the Google Home family -  Google Home Mini, a smaller, more affordable version of its Google Home voice activated assistant as well as Google Home Max, a higher-end version. Unfortunately, the Google Home Max was only launched in the US and we have had to wait until today for the Google Home Max to become available in the UK.

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