Music subscription service Rara.com goes live in Canada
By Quentin Burgess on Jan 20, 2012
Canadian music fans now have another option to discover and listen to new tunes, as subscription service Rara.com
has gone live in Canada. Rara joins a growing number
of legal music services now available in Canada. The service is now available in United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Australia, Canada and Singapore.
Rara's catalogue includes over 10 million songs licensed from all major music labels and leading independent labels. Users have unlimited access to the catalogue, and can browse or search for artists, create playlists, and share their discoveries to Facebook. The service is played from within a web browser, and is available on PC and Mac computers, as well as Android mobile devices.
The service is ad-free, and focuses on a simple interface. Rara's CEO, Rob Lewis touts the interface as one of the service's highlights, saying
, "We put a small team together with the task to build a music service that everyone's grandmother could use. It's unbelievably easy."
Rara is available for an introductory price of 99 cents for the first three months. After the first three months, Rara's monthly rate rises to $4.99 per month for desktop access, and $9.99 per month for mobile access.
To sign up, visit https://rara.com/