Discover your next favorite track with Rdio, a social jukebox with over 20 million tracks to play — instantly or in stations — on your iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Play what you want, when you want, from new hits to classic albums. Or, start a station based on any track, artist or genre and lean back while Rdio plays a perfect mix of songs. Once you’ve found some favorites, add them to your Collection or put them in a playlist. If you’re going to lose signal, just sync to your device and listen offline.
Feeling social? Follow friends, artists and other music lovers to see what they’re playing. The more people you follow, the more music you’ll discover.
It’s music evolved. Go and play.
Try Rdio Unlimited free for two weeks. Keep listening to stations for free (currently available in the United States, Canada, and Australia), or upgrade for unlimited listening everywhere with In-App Purchases for 14.99 USD (US) / 14.99 CAD (CA) / 14.99 GBP (GB) / 20.99 AUD (AU) / 19.99 NZD (NZ) / 14,99 EUR (DE, ES, PT, FR, FI, BE, NL, IE, AT, IT) / 10,99 EUR (LV, LT) / 9,99 EUR (CZ, EE) / 6,99 EUR (PL) / 149 DKK (DK) / 149 SEK (SE) / 147 NOK (NO) / 139 MXP (MX) / 19,00 CHF (CH) / $18.99 USD (IS) / 10.99 USD (CL) / $11.99 USD (CO) / 68 HKD (HK) / $6.99 (MY) per month, renewing automatically.
Praise from Rdio’s fans:
"Rdio feels more like a best friend who loves music than an app." – @Visqis
“Everyone knows that I'm the king of the playlists . . . Rdio gives me the red carpet I been waiting for to lead people to my favorite Quiet Storm Classics . . . or my Sunday Clean Mix (my personal favorite song collection). My infinite music landscape has found a happy home!” – Questlove, drummer of The Roots]
Praise from the press:
“A seemingly endless amount of music to discover.” – Belinda Thomas, Examiner
“Makes it so, so easy to find music you love, hopping from one act to the next.” – Alexis C. Madrigal, The Atlantic
“Rdio has by far the best app and online interface [of all streaming music services] . . . Grade: A” – Entertainment Weekly
“It's the music discovery version of a candy store.” — Marissa Cetin, Mashable