Club Songza Brings Ad-Free Experience to Songza Music Streaming Service

Posted July 6, 2013 at 4:39pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 12362 views

The popular music streaming service, Songza, now has an option to go completely ad-free for just $0.99 a week. Looking to push away from competitors like Pandora and the newly launched iTunes Radio, Club Songza brings no commercial interruptions or visual ads when subscribed to the service.

Of course, there is still the free version with no listening limits and only one commercial per day.

Songza's most popular feature, the Music Concierge, finds appropriate music for you depending on the moment (your mood, activities, time of day, etc).

Those who wish to sign up for Club Songza can do so here.

*App Store Best of 2012*
*Free, with no listening limits.
*Only one commercial per day.
*Need help? Email: support@songza.com
*Stream thousands of original playlists handmade by music experts.
*Let Songza's 'Music Concierge' find the right music for your moments.
*Browse a curated playlist library organized by activity, genre, decade, & mood.
*High-Quality Audio powered by Audyssey improves headphone sound without increasing data plan usage.
*Search for an artist, you’ll see every expert-curated playlist on Songza that features them. Any playlist you choose will begin with a song by that artist.
*Doing something special? From the Concierge screen on iPhone or iPod Touch, shake your device and tell Songza exactly what you're up to; Songza will then find the right music to make it better. For example, you could enter 'Entertaining' and Songza will find you music to soundtrack the perfect party.
*Save your favorite playlists & share them via Facebook, Twitter or email.

You can download Songza from the App Store for free.

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Ben - July 8, 2013 at 9:37am
This only works for US users though, right? I'm using a free music streaming site that's available everywhere and doesn't have ads. I really recommend it! It's called Torch Music and it works really well, you can create playlists with it and everything. Have you heard of it?
Nigel - July 7, 2013 at 4:03pm
Is it worth it?
Whatamidoinghere - July 7, 2013 at 3:36pm
Only availible in USA :(
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