Slacker Radio Comes to Palm’s webOS

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Slacker, Inc. has introduced a version of the Slacker Radio Mobile app for Palm’s latest devices. This allows users to listen to a wide variety of streaming music on their smartphone, for free.

This software has music catalog that includes millions of songs — nearly four times the leading competitor — and offers high-quality stereo playback from any available wireless connection

Slacker Radio Mobile gives users custom music stations based on their favorite artist or mix of artists, over 120 expert-programmed Slacker genre, seasonal and spotlight stations, and over 10,000 artist stations. It also provides artist biographies, album reviews, and “peek ahead” artist and album previews.

In addition to marking songs as favorites, listeners can also ban songs and artists.

Pricing and Availability
The free Slacker Radio application is available through the webOS App Catalog or by visiting from the webOS browser.

It runs on the Palm Pre, Palm Pre Plus, Palm Pixi, and Palm Pixi Plus, but is available only in the United States and Canada.

There are also versions of Slacker Radio for the Android OS, BlackBerry OS, and iPhone and iPod touch.

Source: Slacker



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