We’ve got a show packed with audio news this week! It starts with a story from Spotify that you won’t want to miss, especially if you like the idea of getting Hulu for free! Amazon Echo devices can announce songs before they play, but did Amazon actually do what we wanted? Sonos One is getting new guts, and Tidal’s Master quality tracks are now available on iOS and Android. On the gaming side, there are more rumors about a disc-less Xbox One.
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- Your Echo device can announce each song before it plays
- Sonos One speaker now packs more powerful internals
- Tidal’s Master quality recordings are now available on iOS
- The ‘Xbox Maverick’ console will be named ‘Xbox One S All-Digital Edition,’ preorders in April 2019
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