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Play.me App For Android Lets You Stream Online Music and Save in Case You Lose Your Connection

Play.me App Lets You Stream Music Without a Signal

I love streaming music and the radio on my phone, but I hate it when the signal drops out and I lose my groove. If you're an Android phone user, you may not have to worry about that anymore. For a $10 monthly subscription fee, you can use the new Play.me app, which allows you to create custom playlists from more than two million songs and temporarily save them to your phone to use if you're heading to the subway, boarding a plane, or going anywhere that you may lose touch with the surrounding cell towers.

Additionally, Play.me gives you a huge library of Internet radio stations to choose from, and you can even download MP3s to keep. Plus, you can satisfy your social networking addiction by posting your custom playlists to Facebook and Twitter. Play.me also has a free trial version with limited streaming capabilities so you can try before you buy, and it's heading to the iPhone and BlackBerry later this year.

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i-heart-monster i-heart-monster 6 years
I Droid like it's cool, but don't think that I'll be shelling out $10/month... especially since everywhere I hang out hangs on to Pandora pretty well... I haven't ever experienced a drop.
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