Deezer launches on Windows 8, streams music with Charms and Snaps (video)

Deezer launches on Windows 8, streams music with Charms and Snaps (video)

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Deezer has had an obsession with new apps lately, redesigning its Android app and kicking off its mini-app platform on mobile devices. It's only fair that Windows 8 users get to join in with a new Deezer app of their own. The software offers the same mix of curated...
Deezer launches on Windows 8, streams music with Charms and Snaps (video)
                                   

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