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Thumbplay is the first music subscription service to be available on the top three phone platforms in the U.S.: the iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android.
The price of $10 a month and an excellent autoplaylist feature could make Thumbplay a contender, as long as they work out the bugs.
Pablo Calamera is joining the cloud-based music service as its chief technology officer, a newly created position.
Song and ringtone e-store, Thumbplay, announces a new music app for Windows and Mac, and apps for BlackBerry. iPhone and Android apps are coming soon.
In my last post for the CNET Blog Network, I look back over some of my favorite products and services of the last three-plus years.
Mobile-entertainment content site turns on MP3 store with more than 1.5 million songs from major labels
The long-awaited Grooveshark app for iPhone gives you unlimited on-demand music for only three bucks a month--less than one-third the price of the competition.
Strengths include catalog depth and the radio feature, but you can't skip around within songs and there's no way to add a song to the now-playing list.
The last few months have seen an explosion of services that let you play songs on-demand on your mobile phone. Here's a rundown.
The latest iPhone update, iOS 4.0, lets you create playlists on the phone and offers a more attractive album display. But it's still no Zune HD.