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Deezer start hosting live gigs around the world

Deezer are taking some of their most popular playlists such as Rocket, Popstar and Certified on the road, inviting artists to perform in different cities worldwide at their ‘playlist parties’. Deezer will hand pick artists from some of their top playlists to perform intimate invite-only shows they’re calling ‘LIVE’. They’re hoping to span multiple genres, starting with their Rocket playlist this week in Paris, featuring Circa Waves & Twin Atlantic. If you’re not one of the lucky few ...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Events, Live, Paris, Stage, Rocket, On The Road, Gigs, Music News, Apple Music, Deezer, Digital Music News, Playlist, Worldwide, Circa Waves


Apple may allow third-party apps to be set as default in iPhone soon

Till date, in typical Apple fashion, default apps on their iOS platform have always been locked to Apples own pre-installed offerings like Apple Music and Safari. Now, Apple is apparently discussing bringing the walls down a bit and let third party apps to be set as defaults by users. Currently, on iOS, when users open a link, it automatically opens in Safari, even if the user wishes to open them in Google Chrome Firefox. Similarly, when a user needs to share something via mail, Apple defau...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spotify, News, Blogging, Apple Music, Apple allowing third party default apps, Apple third party defaults, Apple Mail app Apple


Find your most listened to tracks this year with Apple Music Replay 2020

You can now view your Replay 2020 playlist early and keep an eye on which songs rise and fall throughout the rest of the year. Much like Spotify Wrapped, Apple Music have their own Replay playlists detailing your most listened to tracks of the year. To find your top 100 tracks of the year so far, simply head to Apple Music on the web, here you’ll find your yearly playlists and be able to ‘Add’ it to your library. The playlist will then appear on your ‘Recently Added’ in the app. The ...
Tags: Music, Itunes, Top 100, Apple Music, Digital Music News, Playlist, Spotify Wrapped, Most Played, Most Listened, Replay '20, Replay 2020, Top 25 Most Played


Apple Music put all your different album versions all in one place now

Extended albums, Deluxe Editions, demo tapes and other versions of the same album can all be found on the album page now. Apple Music have updated their album pages with a very welcome addition. No longer will you have to trawl through artist pages to find each version of an album as you can just select the album and scroll down. A new section underneath the track listing on an album page shows ‘Other Versions’ which lists all of the different versions of that album. That includes remas...
Tags: Apple, Music, Ui, Update, Music Streaming, Streaming, Apple Music, Digital Music News, Dre, Remixes, Remastered, Album Page, Album Versions, Extended Albums


How to accept or decline follow requests on Apple Music

It's easy to accept or decline follow requests on Apple Music by navigating to your notifications on your profile page. To approve a request, tap the checkmark, and to deny a request simply tap the "X" option. Allowing people to follow you on Apple Music will give them access to what you're listening to, along with recent songs and albums you've added to your library. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's easy to find your follow requests on Apple Music — whether you want ...
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Pandora’s new Apple Watch app lets you leave your iPhone behind

Support for standalone streaming has come to Pandora’s Apple Watch app. The company today announced the official launch of its new, standalone app for Apple Watch that lets you listen to music and podcasts on the go, even without your iPhone. The launch makes Pandora the first major third-party — meaning, first besides Apple Music — to offer a standalone app for Apple Watch. To be clear, Pandora is not the first non-Apple music service to offer an Apple Watch app. Spotify notably debuted its ...
Tags: Apple, Apps, Spotify, Music, Tech, Pandora, Streaming, Streaming Music, Apple Watch, Apple Watch Apps, Apple Music, Pandora Premium, Pandora Plus, Pandora s Apple, Apple Watch app Spotify, Soundcloud Napster Deezer


How to share your Apple Music library on Mac, iOS, and more

You can share an Apple Music library with all your other devices, or with guests too — here’s how to do it.
Tags: Apple, Music, Trends, How-to, Itunes, Computing, Apple Music, Macos Catalina


Sales statistics for December 2019 now available

You can now view your Sales and Streaming Statistics for December 2019 on your account at www.routenote.com. Log-in to see your earnings, with full breakdowns of your streams and sales across all stores and platforms in your Statistics page. If you have any questions or issues then please create a ticket or send an email to [email protected] and our friendly support team will be happy to help. The post Sales statistics for December 2019 now available appeared first on RouteNote Bl...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Sales, Stats, Artists, Musicians, Streaming, Statistics, Tidal, Apple Music, Artist, Routenote, Music Distribution, Digital Distribution, Digital Sales, Music Distributor


How to follow people on Apple Music and set up your profile for it

You can easily follow people on Apple Music by searching for them on your profile page. If you've never set up your public profile before, you can also add or invite friends from your contacts directly from the startup menu. Following a person on Apple Music will allow you to see what they are listening to, along with recent songs and albums they've added. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's easy to find and follow people in the Apple Music app — whether it's friends, fa...
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How to share an Apple Music playlist on your computer or mobile device

It's easy to share an Apple Music playlist with friends and family by using the "Share Playlist…" option. You can choose to share a playlist with others through messages or social media. Note that your friends can only view a playlist if they also have an Apple Music account. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. After you create a playlist on Apple Music, you may want to share it — and you can do so through AirDrop, Messages, social media, and more. To share a playlist, tap th...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Apple Music, Best Buy Samsung, Best Buy Lenovo


The best music streaming services you can subscribe to

Music streaming services give you access to millions of songs for a monthly subscription fee so you don't have to buy individual songs or albums anymore. Spotify is the best music streaming service for most people, but Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon Music Unlimited, and YouTube Music are also great options, depending on your needs. Music listening has come a long way over the past few decades. Gone are the days when you had to buy CDs, vinyl records, or cassette tapes. You don't even have to buy d...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Spotify, Family, Trends, Siri, Amazon Prime, Sony, Jay, Apple Music, Alexa, Youtube Music, Dolby Atmos, Hifi, Steven Cohen


FREE Trial of Apple Music for 3 Months – Over 60 million Songs Available!

Do you love listening to music, but hate paying for it? Lucky for us Apple Music is letting us try their streaming service for FREE! You can get a FREE 60 Day Trial of Apple Music if you are a new user! This gives you the chance to listen to over 60 million songs, have... Read More Read more about FREE Trial of Apple Music for 3 Months – Over 60 million Songs Available!
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How to delete a playlist on Apple Music on desktop or mobile in 3 simple steps

It's easy to delete a playlist on Apple Music on any device if you're tired of listening to the same music. Deleting a playlist will not automatically delete all the songs in the list on Apple Music. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. There are times when you simply want to delete a playlist on Apple Music. Maybe your pump-up mix is no longer giving you the push during your workout or maybe you want to swap out the glum breakup songs for some happier new love jams. Whatever...
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How to delete songs from Apple Music on desktop or mobile

You can easily delete songs from Apple Music on your Apple device if you no longer want them in your library. Removing a song from your iPhone will not automatically remove it from your Apple Music library on your other Apple devices. You can always redownload the songs should you change your mind in the future. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Maybe you downloaded LFO's "Summer Girls"  in a misguided bout of nostalgia. Maybe you're tired of U2's "The Miracle (Of Joey Ramo...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Apple Music, LFO, Joey Ramone


How Pandora stacks up against the competition in 2020

5-10 years ago Pandora was the go to option for those after a unique radio experience. With Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube growing massively in the last five years, is Pandora still a viable options for music listeners? What makes Pandora unique and can they survive in 2020? Pandora has three pricing structures. FreePandora Plus – $4.99 / monthPandora Premium $9.99 / month Free and premium options are very similar in features to most other streaming services. With premium offeri...
Tags: Spotify, Family, Music, Podcasts, Free, Youtube, Software, Competition, Pandora, Radio, 2020, Student, Unique, Offline, Playlists, Streaming Service


11 Million People in the U.S. Used Streaming Services Illicitly Last Year, Study Shows

Over the past year, 95 million people in the U.S. used a major streaming service, 68 million were self-paying, 25 million had access through a family plan, 13 million were on a free trial, and nearly 11 million were “mooching,” or sharing a log-in that was not from an authorized family plan. Among paid subscribers […]
Tags: Spotify, News, Pandora, Apple Music, Amazon Music


How to distribute music on Melon

One of the largest music stores and streaming services in South Korea, getting your music on Melon will help your online presence grow and take your music to new corners of the globe. Boasting an impressive 28 million users and 5 million subscribers, Melon are a serious player in the K-Pop industry. They offer iOS and Android users stream and download options for music and music videos, and even create custom ringtones. With RouteNote, you can easily send your music to Melon and other t...
Tags: Amazon, Google Play, South Korea, Spotify, Music, Online, How To, Tidal, Streaming Service, Apple Music, Melon, Mellon, Upload, My Music, Music store, Send


Refer a friend to RouteNote and earn more money

Tell your friends about us and help them sign up to RouteNote and you can make money on every stream they get. Do you have musician friends looking for a way to get their music online? You know a band ready to release their first album and don’t know how to get it out there? How about a producer friend that you’ve finally convinced to release their tracks to the world? Give them a hand and point them in the direction of us with a referral code from your own free RouteNote account and yo...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Streams, Itunes, Music Streaming, Earnings, Streaming, Music Services, Revenues, Streaming Services, Apple Music, Routenote, Make Money, Referrals, Earn Money, Refer A Friend


I tried out the free versions of both Amazon Music and Spotify to compare. Spotify won, though both were far from perfect. (AMZN, SPOT)

I tried out Amazon Music and Spotify each for a few days to see how they compare. Amazon Music is catching up to Spotify, and recently reported it has more than 55 million customers. Neither free service convinced me it was good enough for everyday use, but I preferred Spotify for the better-looking design and ease of use. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. I've been an Apple Music user since 2015 when it first debuted, on an account I share with the rest of my family. I'm no...
Tags: Amazon, Spotify, Trends, Apple Music, Alexa, Amazon Music


India’s streaming music market is now 200 million strong – but hardly anyone’s paying for it

India, a country where people have traditionally relied on radio and television to listen to music, now has over 200 million listeners using music streaming services. Blaise Fernandes, CEO, Indian Music Industry (IMI), a body that represents record labels in the country, told TNW in that there are 200 million unique subscribers of these apps. That figure will be closer to 250 million, if you count overlapping users’ accounts separately. While global players such as Spotify and Apple Music are tr...
Tags: Startups, India, TNW, Apple Music, IMI, Blaise Fernandes


How to put a song on repeat on Apple Music using the desktop app

It's easy to put a song on repeat on Apple Music on your computer with a few clicks in the desktop app.  Apple Music allows you to play a single song or an entire playlist or album on repeat.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Sometimes, you just need to hear that jam again.  If you want your pump-up song on repeat to power you through the end of a run or workout, you can easily put a song on repeat on Apple Music on your mobile device.  But if you're using Apple Music on a...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Apple Music, Best Buy Lenovo


What to do if your music won't download in Apple Music on an iPhone or iPad

If your music won't download in Apple Music, there are a few troubleshooting tips you should try out. You might be having connection issues, or you might not have any storage space left on your device. There could also be an issue with your iCloud sync settings. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Whether you're a long-time Apple Music user or a new subscriber, it can be frustrating when your songs and albums won't download. Downloading issues can be related to several factors...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Apple Music, Cellular Data, Watch Google, Tap Manage Storage


Apple Music to launch exclusive lyric explainer video series from artists

Genius are bringing their Verified video series with artists explaining their latest singles to Apple’s music streaming service. Genius are bringing some of their popular content exclusively onto Apple Music. The lyrics website has seen success in branching out in recent years working with artists to provide more than just the lyrics and their definitions on a web page. Their ‘Verified’ series brings in some of the biggest artists in the world themselves to explain their songs on camera...
Tags: Apple, Music, Artists, Music Streaming, Streaming, Stream, Genius, Lyrics, Apple Music, Digital Music News, Video Series, Explained, Digital Video News, Verified, Ben Gross, Lyrics Explainer


YouTube Premium & YouTube Music hit 20 million paying users

Alphabet CEO (Google’s parent company) Sundar Pichai announce YouTube’s latest milestones regarding their premium services. As of Q4 2019, YouTube Premium and YouTube Music have gained a combined total of 20 million subscribers. Whilst Spotify still lead the party with 113 million paying users, YouTube and Apple Music have made serious gains in the industry in the last five years, with the latter announcing 60 million paying users as of June 2019. YouTube TV has also made great strid...
Tags: Google, Spotify, Music, Youtube, US, Services, Hulu, Sundar Pichai, Sling TV, Apple Music, Subscribers, Alphabet, Youtube Music, Users, Digital Music News, Premium


What to do when selling your music online

So you’ve finished your album and published it via RouteNote, but now what? With tens of millions of tracks on stores and streaming services, you need to stand out and promote your content to make sure it’s seen and heard. We have some handy tips to making sure your music makes the impact it deserves. Track your tracks – RouteNote makes it easy to keep an eye on your statistics and earnings. Find out which stores and countries are streaming and buying which tracks the most.Customize your S...
Tags: Facebook, Spotify, Music, Instagram, Youtube, Social Media, Sharing, Stats, Online, Report, Itunes, Earnings, Streaming, Statistics, Buying, Apple Music


Apple just struck a deal with Genius to add a new video series to Apple Music, in yet another sign that the tech giant wants to be a force in the entertainment industry (AAPL)

Genius' video series "Verified" is coming to Apple Music, a move that signals the tech giant is deepening its presence in the entertainment industry. "Verified" is a video series in which artists discuss the meaning being their songs. Apple will be co-producing episodes as well. The launch also comes as the competition between Apple and Spotify is heating up, although Spotify still remains firmly in the lead when it comes to global paid subscribers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more s...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Reese Witherspoon, China, Trends, Jennifer Aniston, Wuhan, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Aapl, Lizzo, Cardi, Billie Eilish, Apple TV Plus


Apple Inks Pact for Genius ‘Verified’ Artist Interview Series, Which Will Premiere Exclusively on Apple Music

Apple Music subscribers will get the first crack at Genius’ original show “Verified,” which features artists explaining the lyrics and meaning behind their biggest songs. Under the deal, Apple Music will co-produce and exclusively premiere “Verified” episodes each weekday. Genius will post the episodes, co-branded with Apple Music, to its YouTube channel within 24 hours. […]
Tags: News, Genius, Apple Music


Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and music sensation Lizzo apparently hung out during the Super Bowl (AMZN)

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Lizzo were two of the many celebrities who traveled to Miami to watch Super Bowl LIV on Sunday night. Bezos posted a photo to Twitter posing alongside Lizzo, along with the caption: "I just took a DNA test, turns out I'm 100% @lizzo's biggest fan." Bezos has shown up on social media alongside pop singers before: He appeared with Katy Perry and "Old Town Road" singer Lil Nas X in 2019 after the two performed at a concert for Amazon employees. Visit Business Insider's ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Twitter, Instagram, NFL, San Francisco, Trends, Katy Perry, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Lopez, Miami, Louisiana, Kansas City Chiefs, Jeff Bezos, Mccartney, Apple Music


Yes, you can get Apple Music on an Android device — here's how to download and set it up

You can get Apple Music on your Android phone or tablet, and listen to all the same music as iOS users. To get Apple Music on an Android device, you can go through the Google Play Store. Apple Music can be downloaded on any Android device that's running Android 5.0 or higher. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It would make sense if you thought that Apple Music was only available on Apple devices. However, this isn't the case — Apple's premium music streaming app is availab...
Tags: Apple, Google, Google Play Store, Elon Musk, Trends, Apple Music, Apple Samsung, Google Play Store Check


Here are all of the new products Apple is expected to launch this year (AAPL)

Apple is expected to launch a slew of new products this year, including the rumored iPhone 12, a new iPad Pro, an Apple Watch that can track your sleep, and other gadgets. It's looking like Apple could make a big push into augmented reality by outfitting its new iPhones and iPads with 3-D camera sensors, possibly setting the stage for an AR headset. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  Last year was a big moment for Apple product launches. Not only did the company keep with it...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Samsung, Trends, Siri, Bloomberg, Apple Watch, Fitbit, Bose, Mark Gurman, Apple Music, Sennheiser, Aapl, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo