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Music services for DROID

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Does anyone know if and when we will be able to use Napster or Rhapsody and there "to-go" features? I know I can get on-line and use them and also use other programs but I want to be able to actually download from those services to my phone. I used Napster with my old Blackjack (ATT) and loved the monthly fee of $15 with unlimited downloads.

 

Also any word on how long till we get Flash download?

 

Love the phone and any limitation I have found will be remedied through updates i'm sure... no real hardware issues so far.

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jp303sb wrote:

Does anyone know if and when we will be able to use Napster or Rhapsody and there "to-go" features? I know I can get on-line and use them and also use other programs but I want to be able to actually download from those services to my phone. I used Napster with my old Blackjack (ATT) and loved the monthly fee of $15 with unlimited downloads.

 

Also any word on how long till we get Flash download?

 

Love the phone and any limitation I have found will be remedied through updates i'm sure... no real hardware issues so far.


 

Rhapsody was planning to come up with something by years end:

 

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2353719,00.asp

 

but it may take a little longer.

 

and flash should be out by the first quarter of 2010.

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You can download iMusic form Market place.

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old_man-58 wrote:

You can download iMusic form Market place.


 

iMusic would be the best.  There is also Music Lite (free version) or Music Online (paid version).

 

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A couple of other services you might be interested in are GrooveShark (paid subscribers only, unfortunately), Pandora, and Slacker Radio.

 

Flash is dependent on Adobe releasing it for Android.  Their target is for 1Q 2010.

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