Feb 13, 2013
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Slacker reintroduces itself with redesigned music streaming apps
Slacker has always been something like the Rodney Dangerfield of music services — it can’t get no respect. It has been around since 2006, offering satellite radio to start (alongside some ill-fated hardware) and then slowly shifting its offerings into a full-featured internet music streaming and subscription service — one that only four million per month listen to and half a million pay for. Slacker has a library of 13 million songs that puts it smack in between the libraries of Spotify and Pandora — a very small number compared to Spotify’s 5 million paying subscribers.

Slacker reintroduces itself with redesigned music streaming apps

Slacker has always been something like the Rodney Dangerfield of music services — it can’t get no respect. It has been around since 2006, offering satellite radio to start (alongside some ill-fated hardware) and then slowly shifting its offerings into a full-featured internet music streaming and subscription service — one that only four million per month listen to and half a million pay for. Slacker has a library of 13 million songs that puts it smack in between the libraries of Spotify and Pandora — a very small number compared to Spotify’s 5 million paying subscribers.

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