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  • AT&T to Launch DirecTV Now Videostreaming Service Nov. 30

    … will continue to have that price for as long as they keep the package, “subject only to future reasonable programming price increases applicable to all packages.” In addition, all users (including non-subscribers) will be able to download the DirecTV Now app to access FreeVIEW, a curated selection of free, ad-supported on-demand content from “Audience Network, Otter Media properties and other channels on DirecTV Now.” Readers: What do you think about DirecTV Now? …

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  • Amazon Music App Updated to Support Amazon Music Unlimited

    … Amazon updated its Amazon Music application to support Amazon Music Unlimited, the company’s new premium music subscription service. While Amazon Prime members can continue to use the app to access Prime Music–a selection of songs available to stream as part of their Prime memberships–the app can also now be used to access the Amazon Music…

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  • Dating App Festar Connects Users Based on Mutual Interests, Not Looks

    … on the app’s free plan have free access to unlimited private messaging, the feature is part of the app’s premium plan for men. To be specific, this premium plan costs $9.99 per month for men, and also includes access to unlimited 10-minute chats. Women, meanwhile, can pay $4.99 per month for access to unlimited 10-minute chats. In a statement…

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  • Flayk Family Management App Launches on iOS, Android

    …. When users run into schedule conflicts or unexpected delays and issues (like car trouble, as an example), they can ‘flayk’ an upcoming event to alert other group members to the trouble, so someone else can complete the task instead. Flayk is available in basic (free) and premium versions. For a limited time, users can try the premium version…

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  • PewDiePie on YouTube Red: ‘Adblock Has Actual Consequences’

    … Felix Kjellberg, better known by his YouTube username PewDiePie, has addressed the issues surrounding YouTube Red. The platform is YouTube’s recently announced paid subscription service, which allows users to pay $10 per month to remove ads from the service. PewDiePie has more than 40 million YouTube subscribers, and will create content that’s…

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