SoundCloud Streaming Service is Here (And it Sucks)

Sucks may be a bit of a strong term, but SoundCloud's music streaming service certainly isn't great. In fact, it's not even good. The software is clunky, lacks organization and doesn't make a lot of sense. I know that companies need to make their product different and more unique than the competition, but making it bad is probably not how you want to set yourself apart. In the instant age we live in, it's often a one-strike-and-you're-out world, but hopefully they can revamp and make it workable soon.

SoundCloud first tipped its hand for a music-streaming service in late 2014, and after wrapping up a series of licensing deals with labels, it's finally here. Called SoundCloud Go, the subscription plan costs $10 a month and includes a library of additional content as well as the usual remixes, emerging artists and podcasts.

Source: Engadget