Canadian company turns sleep music into a music streaming service
Canadian company Soundcloud announced a partnership with a sleep music streaming platform called Relaxed Music.
Soundcloud is one of the largest music streaming platforms in the world.
It launched in 2012 and is still the largest platform for music in the United States with a user base of more than 2 billion users.
The company has developed a service that it calls Relaxed Sleep Music.
Soundcloud’s website says it is the “most popular music app in the U.S. and Canada,” with millions of songs.
SoundCloud is one step closer to being able to offer its music directly to consumers through an app.
The company is also working with Sleepytime to offer more affordable plans that will be available in Canada in the future.
A Soundcloud spokesperson told CBC News in an email that the company is “committed to making it easy for people to listen to music while they sleep.”
The company is looking for ways to help users sleep better and has been developing a software tool called SleepyTime that helps users get more sleep.
The software has already been downloaded by millions of people, according to Sleepytimes blog.
It also has a number of features that could help users improve their sleep, including a sleep timer, a built-in alarm clock, and an alert to alert users if they fall asleep.
Sleepytime’s founder, Dr. Michael O’Keefe, said in an interview that he hopes to get to a point where users can actually sleep while listening to music.
He said that’s an important step because sleep problems can impact a person’s mental and physical health.
“We have the tools to help people sleep better, and it’s time for people like us to embrace that,” O’Keefe said.