Pandora's launching its own Stories, which are half-podcast, half-playlist projects that help audiences learn about the music they love.
Jammy is a portable, digital guitar that packs a ton of onboard smarts and can easily fit in a backpack.
Spotify's iOS app doesn't need Siri, or at least that's what the streaming service hopes will happen with this new feature.
Qwant Music is a better way to find out about the musicians you love and get recommendations for new jams you'll love.
Vrtify gives you front-row access to your favorite artists in virtual reality, and live streaming is on the way.
YouTube Music is an expertly curated version of YouTube that makes finding great tunes easy, though its offline options are limited.
Remember Tom Hanks playing the light-up keyboard in the movie Big? The McCarthy Music Illuminating Piano scales that concept down to finger-size, and adds a learning feature for those times when your piano teacher isn't around. I went hands
Jamit connects to a violin and can help musicians master everything from Bach to Coldplay – if its developers decide it's good enough for consumers.
DJ-51 is a new mobile music app that leverages the musical tastes of everyone present at a get-together to create playlists uniquely suited to anyone within earshot