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HBO Max is offering a 50% discount to those who sign up in new regions

HBO Max is offering a 50% discount to those who sign up in new regions

HBO Max is spreading rapidly, in both width and breadth. After introducing (very slightly) cheaper plans with advertising, the service is expanding to a ton of new markets today. According to a press release, the streaming movie and TV service is coming to "39 territories across Latin America and the Caribean." Unfortunately it didn't say precisely which countries and territories those actually were, but that should cover almost everyone living south of the United States.

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Play Store opens up paid apps to 22 new countries across Africa, Oceania, and elsewhere

Play Store opens up paid apps to 22 new countries across Africa, Oceania, and elsewhere

Developers in 22 countries are now able to set prices for their Android apps listed on the Play Store. The new batch of countries also features heavily from Africa, but includes some nations in the Caribbean, South America, east of Africa, and Oceania. Users in these countries previously only had access to free apps.

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DI.FM Maker AudioAddict Releases 'Fresca Radio' App Aimed At Latin, Hispanic, And Caribbean Music

DI.FM Maker AudioAddict Releases 'Fresca Radio' App Aimed At Latin, Hispanic, And Caribbean Music

The makers of Digitally Imported Radio (DI.FM) have hit the Play Store with another streaming app, and this time they're out to give fans of Latin, Hispanic, and Caribbean music reason to bob their heads, sway their hips, and tap their toes. The app, Fresca Radio, provides 40 stations filled with curated tracks. There's a Cuban Lounge station, one for Latin Metal, and another option dedicated entirely to Reggae.

Music streaming apps aren't such a rarity that they get a shoutout merely for existing. Why Fresca Radio catches our attention is pretty simple. Like DI.FM and the developer's other releases, basic streaming is free.

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