Play.fm, the largest online site for DJ mixes and recordings, has released their Android app to the Android Market. If you're not into listening to the same old stuff you can find on each and every radio station each day then maybe this is the app you have been waiting for. The Play.fm app takes mixes recorded live in clubs, at festivals and radio shows and puts them all into one streaming music service that is loaded with features:
- Listen to top-ranked DJs from over 180 countries
- Get instant access to mixes recorded live in clubs, at festivals and radio shows
- Sort DJ mixes by editorial features, popularity and most recent
- Search and find your favorite mixes instantly
- Filter mixes by genres
- Jump to your favorite part within any mix with audio skipping to the second
Personally, I get rather bored of hearing the same old songs played over and over again so DJ remixes are a good way to keep songs fresh without being driven insane. Play.fm is however a premium subscription service so it will cost you $4.10 for 90 days of use. Video of the app in action can be found after the break. [Play.fm]
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