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Soundwave Focuses On Group Messaging And Playlists In Bid To Become Music’s Water Cooler


 Soundwave, the mobile app that tracks the listening habits of you, your friends and other users you follow, to help you discover more and better music, is rolling out a significant update today that sees it manoeuvre to try to become the ‘water cooler’ of what people are listening to right now. Read More

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