Yahoo Revamps Its Music Service

gebraset - April 6, 2009 08:58PM in Internet

After realizing that its music service did not have a large customer and user base, and having a controversy over the music being sold not being transferable in the past, Yahoo made Rhapsody its main supplier of music for its service known as Yahoo Music, sometime last year. Now,  the search engine company is going to launch a newly redone music site that provides more features than before. With the new site will come the ability to listen to songs through other websites and suppliers such as iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, Pandora, YouTube, and even Last.fm. Yahoo will also offer users the option to make their own page if they want to, which will benefit artists, solo musicians, and record labels as well. A more open type of platform for music was also announced in September of last year. The revamped service should see the light of day as of tomorrow, and first impressions will count a lot due to the previous history with Music Unlimited, the last music service attempt by Yahoo