Want millions of songs at your fingertips? How about on your Mac or PC, and your Android smartphone? Then it's time to check out Thumbplay, which does that, and more, including iTunes library importing, auto-syncing, a playlist genie, favorites and the ability to listen offline.
Sound good? Well, let's make it even better. We've got 30 free 90-day Thumbplay trials to give away. Full details, a video explainer of Thumbplay and instructions on how to enter are after the break.
Let's make this easy. For your chance to win one of 30 three-month trial subscriptions to Thumbplay, head into this thread in the Android Central Forums and tell us the best album released so far this year. We all get to laugh at your musical taste, and in return, we'll make 30 of you winners. Contest ends at noon EDT Friday. Good luck!
And now, the fine print: You're going to need a valid e-mail address (for Thumbplay, and for us to contact you). We'll pick 30 winners at random to receive 90-day free trials for Thumbplay; service is $9.99 a month after that. You'll need a valid U.S.-based phone number. And you must not be an existing Thumbplay Music customer or previous Thumbplay giveaway winner.
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