rdio app

With the competition in the music streaming industry intensifying after Apple’s acquisition of Beats, popular streaming service Rdio has been updated on both Android and iOS. The updates bring different set of features to the two versions.

Android update

While seamlessly transitioning from one song to another might not even seem like something noticeable during offline playback, it matters for streaming music services. The update for the Android app of Rdio just brings that based on popular user demand. You can now seamlessly transition between songs, live concerts and comedy shows. Besides this, the update also brings some minor UI changes and bug fixes.


iOS update

The update on iOS takes Rdio to version 2.5.9. While it doesn’t add the same features as the Android update, it brings push notifications to the app that allows you to get notifications about the activities of your choice, such as music shared with you, new followers, subscribers to your playlists and more. The usual bug fixes and minor UI changes are common between the two updates though.


You can find Rdio at the store links below. The app is free to download and comes with a two week trial period, post which you’ll need a $9.99/month prescription.

Apple App Store

Play Store