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StreamNation's digital-media locker overhaul focuses on mobile music

Timothy J. Seppala, @timseppala
December 3, 2014
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You've got to hand it to tech companies lately: they've been awfully keen on taking user feedback to heart and addressing any shortcomings in their services. The latest to do so is the digital-media locker outfit StreamNation. The firm has launched a completely overhauled website and mobile apps, and in doing so retconned features of the old ones that weren't quite up to snuff. Because the new access points were apparently built from scratch, StreamNation says that's why the service currently missing stuff like a search feature and a content management system on iOS. Same goes for DTS and Dolby Digital audio support. Users on Apple's mobile OS do get offline music playback as well as support for in-car listening via AirPlay, Bluetooth and USB. Oh, and a retooled Chromecast experience is supposedly in the works as well. Have any suggestions for bits and bobs you'd like added? Let the team know -- it's listening.

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