The rumors were true, folks.
Its anticipated shutdown schedule may have been delayed, however.
It’s never had many users, it’s never been popular, and it’s device support is extremely limited. Can you guess what app I’m talking about? You said Milk Music? You’re correct! And guess what? It’s (finally) shutting down. That’s right, folks. It’s been a long time coming,
A new report by Digital Music News is suggesting that Apple is gearing up to discontinue paid music downloads through iTunes in as little as two years. This could prove to be pushed back another year or two, but nonetheless the company, according to sources
And to think I just signed up… When Microsoft put their music streaming service MixRadio, which was exclusive to Windows Phone users, up for grabs back in July 2014, LINE, who provides a free popular call and messaging application called LINE, acquired the service in
Facebook and Dropbox, two of the most popular services on both mobile and desktop today, have taken down a handful of their apps from both the App Store and Play Store. The reason? Well, Facebook says that most of the features in the apps they