The Rdio music service app for iPad was updated yesterday, to Version 2.3. This update is all about new and improved stations in Rdio. Here’s the change list:
• New and Improved Stations. Lean back and listen to an endless variety of stations (based on an artist, song, genre, and more), each drawing from a catalog of 20 million songs.
• Redesigned Stations Player. Vote on individual tracks and pivot stations based on favorite songs in a redesigned UI that showcases album art front and center.
• You FM. Listen to your personalized station, playing a mix of favorites and related tracks.
• Various UI improvements and minor bug fixes.
I’ve used a number of different music service on my iOS devices, the Mac, and Android – and Rdio has become my clear favorite and the only one I’ve kept a subscription with. In fact, I recently extended it to be a family plan. I love Rdio’s UI on all the devices I use it on, and have yet to be disappointed with the depth of its music library.
I haven’t yet had a chance to play with the new stations features – but they sound impressive and I’m happy to see this update for an already stellar app / service.