DROID Does Music: Musical Apps To Keep You Singing Till Spring

BASKING RIDGE, NJ — With spring still a month away, Verizon Wireless customers can use their DROID by Motorola devices to tune in to the latest music applications and put a spring in their steps today. These music-based apps, all running on the largest and most reliable wireless voice and 3G data network in the country, are sure to keep your feet tapping and spirits high as winter winds down.

This week’s highlighted apps in the Verizon Channel in Android Market™ include:

  • iheartradio – Listen to over 400 of America’s favorite radio stations and some of the best talk stations in the United States for free with Clear Channel Radio Digital’s iheartradio. Bookmark your favorite radio stations, view lyrics and enjoy on-demand content including exclusive performances, songs and intimate vignettes from today’s hottest music stars.
  • TuneWiki Social Media Player – TuneWiki is a free social media player that shows subtitled lyrics as you listen to your music, watch music videos, or stream songs through the SHOUTcast™ radio feature. Search for lyrics to over 2.5 million songs and get translations in over 40 languages. Other fantastic features include the Playback Widget and Facebook® and Twitter integration.
  • Slacker Radio – Get free personalized radio on your mobile phone with Slacker Radio, the best way to discover new artists and hear favorite songs. Create your own custom station or choose from over 100 expert-programmed radio stations from every genre.

DROID by Motorola is available in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores and online at www.verizonwireless.com for $199.99. For more information on DROID by Motorola, visit www.droiddoes.com.  

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