Rdio is both a streaming radio service as well as an a la carte streaming music service, meaning you can also pick and choose songs and albums to listen to, as well as create playlists. The Rdio music service is on of the four big streaming music services, and the name is a combination of the words radio and audio, pronounced r-dee-o.
Rdio has a a free streaming music service that allows you to use Rdio for a limited time. A paid Rdio subscription comes in three forms. Rdio Web is $5 a month and allows you unlimited web streaming from a computer like a desktop or laptop. Rdio Unlimited is $10 a month and allows unlimited web streaming to computers, mobile devices and in-home audio systems like Sonos or Roku. The Rdio Family Plan has discounted access for families, and lets them share Rdio accounts. You can link up to three Rdio accounts on a single billing plan, giving you access on the Rdio iPad app, desktop app or whatever you may use. The Rdio Family Plan costs $18 a month.
You can get the prepaid Rdio subscription cards at Target or at through Rdio.com, and they come in denominations of $10 for a $12.50 value, and $25 for a $30 value from Target.
You can get an Rdio Windows App, or go for the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile 7, in-home devices like Sonos and Roku, and in the car via Pioneer AppRadio. The Rdio Desktop App for both Windows and Apple can use the "Match Collection" feature to quickly review your music library and get your music up in the cloud, much like iTunes "Scan and Match" feature.
> Rdio Android App
> Rdio iPad App
> Rdio iPhone App
> Rdio iPod Touch App
> Rdio BlackBerry App
Rdio is fully integrated with Facebook.