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It will be even easier to listen to your iBroadcast library where and when you want it with Chromecast support. We have some additional Chromecast features that you won’t find anywhere else.
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Phillip Tracy of The Daily Dot looks at which subscription music services will be around another year and which ones look like they might be closing. One of the great things about iBroadcast is you never have to worry about whether your music will be there when you want it. We stream your own personal library which means we're not affected by the same market trends that services like SoundCloud or Pandora are. ​
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Daniel Adrian Sanchez of Digital Music News explains why 46.2% of people still prefer downloading their music collections for offline listening and how $5.8 billion of downloads last year, the format is far from dead. With free unlimited music storage, iBroadcast gives you a home for all your digital audio files. Once your collection is on iBroadcast you can stream it anywhere or cache it on any device for offline playback.
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Tim Ingham of Music Business Worldwide looks at why YouTube Music, one of several music services offered by Google, is struggling to monetize the video-centric music service. One of the things that makes iBroadcast different from other streaming services is our focus on delivering top of the market audio features. We're not a content provider like Spotify or Google Play Music which means the music you love is center stage and easy to browse, sort and play.
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​David Nield of Popular Science looks at some of the the options out there if you want home-filling audio. iBroadcast does more than just fill your house with audio. We make it easy to setup iBroadcast jukebox player devices in any room, so you can use your existing speakers and devices, and our Home Audio feature makes it easy to remotely connect to any of those devices so you can browse that device's library and control playback on it.
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Dani Deahl of The Verge shares some of the options available for creating shared playlists on select subscription streaming services. iBroadcast makes playing your personal library a social experience. Just open the Home Audio option and create a jukebox player then any guest can remotely access your iBroadcast library so they can browse and add tracks to that device's jukebox player.​
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​Phil Witmer of Noisey explains how sponsored songs are the new guerilla marketing strategy over at Spotify and links to an article by The Verge that explains how to disable the potentially invasive feature: https://www.theverge.com/2017/6/19/15833880/spotify-sponsored-songs-playlists-test. With iBroadcast there are no ads and we're focused on creating features that make it easier for you to take control of your music and listening experience.
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Julie Compton of NBC News explains how Chris Bailey, the author of The Productivity Project discovered that music affected his work differently depending on how difficult or mundane the task. One thing that makes iBroadcast different is our Home Audio feature for our Jukebox player. We make it easy for anyone to connect via WiFi and remotely add tracks to a shared Jukebox on any iBroadcast device. At work or at home, the Jukebox player is the ultimate live playlist.
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​Seung Lee of The Mercury News looks at how the subscription streaming market is changing as companies like Pandora shut down their services in Australia and New Zealand and service like Apple Music look to hold onto their users. While consumers love streaming, the services that are available today might not be there tomorrow but iBroadcast streams your own personal library which means as the market changes, we'll still be here and your music will still be here.
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Adrian Broaddus of UTEP Prospector grades the current subscription streaming services based on price and other key factors. iBroadcast is a great companion service or alternative to paying just to play unlimited music on your devices. We store your entire personal library online, organize it and help play it anywhere. We're also working on some dynamic new features that will set us apart from other music services.
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