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Slacker's rebrand is reflected in its new logo and refreshed app interface. Now, colors are brighter and the dashboard has Window 8 Metro feel to it.
Head over to the My Music section to see your favorite songs, playlists, and cached content.
Whether you want to listen to alternative, classical, jazz, or comedy, Slacker Radio has got you covered.
In addition to all the usual suspects like Top 40 Hits and 90's R&B, Slacker offers specialty stations for holidays, music festivals, and more.
Unlike some of its competitors, Slacker offers talk radio, news, and even standup comedy content.
The Now Playing screen is simple and straightforward, with the album art large enough to see its details.
This may not be intuitive, but while you're listening, you can always tap the album art to open a new menu of options.
At any point while you're listening, you can tap the album art to get more information on a particular artist.
Customize your listening experience by adjusting several parameters like Artist Discovery level.
Unique to Slacker is its selection of stations that are curated by popular (and some not-so-popular) artists.