Thumbplay Music offers offline play for Android and Blackberry

Jul 27, 2010
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Thumbplay is a cloud-based music service for smartphones like the Blackberry and Android devices. The service allows the user to save albums and playlists and gives access to that music when they are offline.

That means that a user can listen to their music from anywhere even when a network connection isn’t available. Thumbplay has announced a new application for Android devices and support for the iPhone is coming soon according to the company.

Thumbplay is a subscription service and it has about nine million tracks in its library. The service allows for unlimited access to artists, albums, and the ability to import iTunes playlists and favorite artists. Users of Android and Blackberry devices can get a three-day trial and service is $9.99 monthly.


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