Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Slacker Radio Available Now for webOS Smartphones Internet Radio Mobile App Available for webOS; Slacker Radio Ready to be Downloaded

So you like to listen to Internet radio, don t you? Do you happen to own
a webOS-powered phone? In case you answered yes to these two simple
questions then you ll be happy to hear that there s an app for that, no
pun intended. Slacker Radio has now a free mobile application for webOS
smartphones so go ahead and download yours alrea

The official announcement came today and the application is waiting to
be downloaded at Slacker Radio s official website. All you have to do is
point your mobile browser to it and get the webOS application.
The mobile app is compatible with all current webOS phones: Palm Pre,
Palm Pixi, Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus. U.S. and Canadian webOS
phones owners can download the app and start listening to their favorite
Internet radio stations straight from their Palm smartphone.
Here s a quick list of features that come with Slacker Radio for webOS:
Music library featuring millions of songs High-quality stereo playback
from any available wireless connection Create custom artist stations
based on artists or songs Over 120 professionally programmed and
customizable genre stations View artist biographies and photos View
album art and read reviews Peek Ahead artist and album preview Rate
songs as favorites Ban songs and artists from stations
Jonathan Sasse, senior vice president of marketing at Slacker commented
on Slacker Radio:
Slacker offers music lovers an effortless way to discover and enjoy
music on their computers, smartphones or through their home
entertainment devices. Our free app for Palm webOS enables music fans
play their favorite Slacker Radio stations wherever they go.
Slacker is certainly a service worth considering, with 120
expert-programmed Slacker genres and over 10,000 artist stations Slacker
Radio seems to be the place to go for listening to music while on the
go. Sure you ll need an unlimited data plan to enjoy all that Internet
radio but at least you won t have to deal with iTunes anymore.
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