Aurous is a free and questionably legal way to stream music Reviewed by Momizat on . By Rich McCormick Aurous is like Apple Music, Spotify, and Rdio, in that it offers a selection of songs available to stream direct from dedicated apps. But unli By Rich McCormick Aurous is like Apple Music, Spotify, and Rdio, in that it offers a selection of songs available to stream direct from dedicated apps. But unli Rating: 0
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Aurous is a free and questionably legal way to stream music

Aurous is a free and questionably legal way to stream music

By Rich McCormick

Aurous is like Apple Music, Spotify, and Rdio, in that it offers a selection of songs available to stream direct from dedicated apps. But unlike Apple Music, Spotify, and Rdio, Aurous is totally free with no ads. Where those other streaming services have negotiated expensive deals with record labels and artists to feature their music, Aurous has sidestepped that hurdle, pulling music instead from a variety of third-party sources. But while its library is still small, and its model not as obviously illegal as torrenting tracks directly, Aurous will nonetheless upset record labels and rights holders.

Built by developer Andrew Sampson and launched in alpha form this week, Aurous uses more than 120 public APIs to collate tracks from…

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