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What music services are available with the Bose Soundtouch app?


The Bose Soundtouch app is constantly evolving and new features, including music services are always being added. We wanted to share with everyone the music services that are currently available. First is your music library, which is the music stored on your computer or NAS drive. This works with either I-Tunes or Windows Media. Internet Radio is an Internet service that broadcast radio stations from all over the world. Tunein Radio is a free service that broadcasts over 1,000,000 radio stations and over 4 million podcasts. Pandora is a music service that offers a free and paid version. Deezer is a music streaming service that offers 35 million high-quality audio tracks, personalized radio, recommendations and top charts. Spotify is a paid subscription music service that lets you listen to all your favorite music instantly. iHeartRadio is a free, all-in-one digital radio service that lets you listen to your favorite Live Stations or create commercial-free, all-music custom stations. SiriusXM Satellite Radio is a subscription-based service that features a larger variety of programming than traditional radio. An all access Sirius XM account is required. Amazon Music subscribers can enjoy unlimited, ad-free access to Amazon Music. Amazon Music is free to all Amazon Prime members.

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