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doubleTwist Launches Magic Radio Subscription Service for Android

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This morning, doubleTwist introduced a brand new music streaming subscription service add-on called MagicRadio to compete with top dogs such as Rdio, Spotify, and others. Each month, after a 7-day trial period, users pay $3.99 through their Google Wallet account, giving access to a library of over 13 million tracks. 

The way it works is simple. By reading your already existing library, stations are then created to suit your tastes. If you want something new, just create a station and off you go to finding great new tracks. It is completely ad-free and still allows syncing to iTunes, which is one of the features that many users flocked to in the first place.

Check out that 7-day trial and let us know what you think.

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  • JamesU513

    I’ll never be into these kinds of services, not with the unlimited ways i can listen to music and entertain myself without paying $4 a month

  • Raven

    My current version of DoubleTwist has a ton of free internet radio stations. According to many of he recent negative reviews this feature has been removed in place of this new radio subscription service that you have to pay for. Is that true? If true this is very shady, especially for all of the people that have paid the one time price for the pro version of this app.

  • Inquizitor

    $50/year with Grooveshark is still the best deal.

  • Dain Laguna

    @Tim is this your personal music collection? excellent taste sir :)

  • The TOG

    YAY we get to pay DVDA as I call it more money.

    • She_Beast

      Are you using DVDA how I think you’re using DVDA? Or is there another meaning I don’t know about?

  • lou louie

    I wont buy anything from doubletwist again. ever. they nickle and dime you for every feature and offer little to no dev support. Have a mac? Good luck!

    • goldiagodschalx77vr

      and read more 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Travis-Erickson/563313398 Travis Erickson

    it’s $5 cheaper than spotify, but can you create playlists and save them for offline use?

    • Morris

      no

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Travis-Erickson/563313398 Travis Erickson

        that’s what I thought, definitely not gonna waste my money on it

  • Morris

    I’ll try this while I wait for Google’s service. Free for 7 days anyways.

    • Morris

      OK quickly uninstalled. Spofify gives me free radio streaming albeit with ads. This just takes away the ads but doesn’t let me create on demand playlists like Spotify. So I will wait.

  • Brent Cooper

    The price seems incredibly cheap. Better than $9.99 a month for sure

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y28e4cFHVqE&context=C400d214ADvjVQa1PpcFOiLGlDqf2sJr2k4TNISoJzm8bFM7wgYKU= TheAndroid1

      It’s more like Pandora than Spotify.
      Streaming, not downloading specific tracks.

  • Austin Warren

    I’ll wait for Google’s service.