SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 24, 2011 /CNW/ -- Rdio, the ground-breaking digital music service that is reinventing the way people discover, listen to, and share music, today announced two new features for Canadian users, effective immediately:
-- French-Language Localization: Rdio users can now access Rdio in French
on the Web, or on their BlackBerry and iOS devices. Users simply need
to go into their account settings to select this option. Rdio in
will be available on the Android platform shortly.
-- Canadian Pricing: Canadian users will now be billed for their Rdio
accounts in Canadian dollars. Pricing remains the same as U.S.
at $4.99 CAD for Unlimited Web access, and $9.99 CAD for Unlimited Web
and mobile including offline access, plus applicable taxes.
Rdio is the ground-breaking digital music service that is reinventing the way people discover, listen to, and share music. With on-demand access to over 12 million songs, Rdio connects people with music and makes it easy to search for and instantly play any song, album, artist or playlist without ever hearing a single ad. Discover what friends, people with similar tastes, recording artists and more are listening to in real-time and share across Twitter and Facebook. Build a digital music collection that's available everywhere - on the web, in-home or in-car, on an iPad or smartphone, and even offline.
Launched in August 2010, Rdio is headquartered in San Francisco and was founded by Janus Friis, one of the creators of Skype. Currently available in the US, Canada and Brazil, Rdio is funded by Atomico, Janus Friis through his investment entities, Skype and Mangrove Capital Partners. For more information and to sign up, visit www.rdio.com.
For further information: Marisa Marzano of Sparkpr, +1-705-484-5105, firstname.lastname@example.org, for Rdio Web Site: http://www.rdio.com