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The best streaming music services in Canada

The last few years have seen tremendous change and maturation in the streaming music space. Despite streaming overtaking digital downloads as the primary source of revenue for the music industry, low margins have forced the sale or closure of popular options (RIP Rdio!), leaving only a few viable players. Thankfully, many of those players are
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STARZ launches standalone streaming service alongside new Apple TV app

STARZ has launched a new standalone streaming service for iOS and Apple TV, following up on similar services from competitors Showtime and HBO. With the new STARZ app, users can purchase a standalone subscription to the service for $8.99 a month and gain access to all of STARZ’s content on their iPhone, iPad and Apple
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Best music streaming apps for iPhone

With so many choices, which music streaming service is right for you? For the past decade, music streaming services have dominated the scene. Some let you listen for free, others charge a premium price. Some, both. A major factor in choosing a music streaming service is available content. We’ve got a list of the best
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Google reportedly building live streaming app dubbed YouTube Connect

Google is reportedly working on its own entry into the live streaming app space with a new app for iPhone and Android dubbed YouTube Connect. Meant as Google’s answer to the popular Periscope and Facebook Live, VentureBeat reports that YouTube Connect would allow users to instantly begin live streaming from anywhere with their smartphone: YouTube
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Amazon Prime Video grabs Doctor Who video streaming rights in the U.S.

Amazon Prime subscribers in the U.S. will gain access to the reboot of the popular sci-fi series Doctor Who starting March 27. Amazon has signed a multi-year deal with the BBC for those rights, with the first eight seasons available to stream via Amazon Prime Video: According to Variety: On Amazon Prime in the U.S.,
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Streaming music service Deezer starts cranking out beats on the Apple Watch

Streaming music service Deezer has launched an app that lets you access your music library, including your favorite tracks, playlists, and albums directly from your Apple Watch. You can listen to tracks based on your mood, see your queue, play in shuffle mode, access saved tracks, and much more. Here’s what you get with Deezer
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FunimationNow offers iPhone and iPad owners access to tons of anime on the go

The anime studio Funimation has officially launched FunimationNow on iTunes, offering iPhone and iPad owners access to hundreds of anime movies and TV shows on the go. The service is available for free, but there are also two optional subscription tiers that add more content and features. Funimation says: Starting today, subscribers will enjoy unlimited,
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