Android Phone Tips

Android Phone Tips
Sprint announced a new music-playing app called Sprint Music Plus and this should be a convenient way for its subscribers to turn their phones into a rocking music machine.

The Sprint Music Plus app is available for the carrier’s Android phones like the EVO 4G. With the Sprint Music Plus app, you’ll be getting:

- Create music playlists.
- Assign ringback tones to play for different callers and times of day.
- Search for music by artist, title or keyword.
- Organize full tracks/albums by artist, genre and custom playlists using the music library manager.
- Preview content – sample millions of music tracks and tones, which are updated daily.
- Get new music recommendations based on their musical

sprint revamped its music offering with Music Plus, an offering that joins an increasingly competitive smartphone music market. The service offers starting at 69 cents on Android-powered Sprint phones. Smartphones have triggered a wave of music services that go beyond being a simple music store. 

Streaming services like Pandora and Spotify function as customizable mobile Internet radios. Sprint was the first carrier to offer mobile music downloads when it launched its Music Store back in 2005, but then it charged $2.50 per song, fatally more than iTunes. 

Called Sprint Music Plus, the application will allow users to purchase music, ringtones, and ringback tones - and even offer discounts for bundles. The application is available for Android devices now, and will be on new BlackBerry and Java feature phones that get launched on Sprint starting in May. Web access is limited to ringtones and ringback tones.

Powered by Real Networks, Sprint Music Plus will allow users to create music playlists, assign ringback tones for specific callers or times of the day, and even let users sample music before they are given the option to buy it. It will also allow for full searching and will organize your tracks like any normal music player would.
Sprint says that its full, DRM-free music tracks will be available for prices that range from $0.69 to $1.29 each, and customers are charged for the music directly on their Sprint monthly bills.
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Tuesday, April 12, 2011 | 0 comments | Labels: ,


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