Pause - Curated Music Stories app arrives on Android: polished tunes magazine does streaming, too

The curated music magazine Pause has come to Android in the form of a pretty new app that trawls and compiles for you "the web's crucial new music writing". 

You can enjoy feature articles, reviews, charts, interviews, and comments from some of the leading music journalists and mags, such as Billboard, The Fader, Pitchfork, The Guardian, Dummy, Fact, Vulture, The New York Times, XLR8R, Grantland, Rookie and others.

Pause wraps all the articles in a clean and graphically appealing interface, but perhaps most importantly, it adds streaming of the songs and videos in question to the commentary article you are reading at the moment. 

The Pause periodical app rounds up the best of music publications each quarter, saving you from having to read them all, and resulting in a pretty eclectic mix  - from musings on whether house tunes have become as misogynistic as rap, to a "best of 90's R&B" roundup, and that's just the last quarter. If you are a music aficionado, you can take it for a spin from the link below

Developer: Shuffler.fmDownload: Android
Category: Music & AudioPrice: Free

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