Posts tagged application
Posts tagged application
Owners of more recent Samsung “Smart” TVs (as well as some blu-ray players) should see MOG showing up soon as an option. That’ll be a handy way to use the service, especially if your TV’s audio is being routed through a nice sound system already!
If you want to roll your own interface for Spotify and make it available on iOS devices then you’re in luck. Spotify is making an API available for you.
Mog’s Android app was updated recently. Notes from their blog for the update are:
We’ve released a new update to the MOG app that adds information and functionality to the MOG experience for Android users. It’s available for download now from the Market. Quick summary of changes: * Artist’s album lists may be viewed and sorted by release date, alphabetically by title, or popularity
Android app update now available! Release dates, better downloads, and other snazzy stuff.
* Album release year shown where appropriate
* Bluetooth AVRCP now supported: skip to next track or previous track, play/pause
* Wired headphone remote play/pause now supported
* We rewrote the download queue, so users should no longer have missed or incomplete downloads
* Fixed issues affecting playback on Motorola Atrix and Motorola Droid X2
* Minor fixes to the user interface
We’ve released a new update to the MOG app that adds information and functionality to the MOG experience for Android users. It’s available for download now from the Market.
Quick summary of changes:
* Artist’s album lists may be viewed and sorted by release date, alphabetically by title, or popularity
Great news for fans of rdio, they know have a version of their app that is optimized for the iPad! While other services’ apps (such as Mog) work reasonably well on the iPad and other tablets, this is the first tablet-specific version of an app to come along since Slacker released theirs.
iPad owners who have rdio should run, not walk, to get this installed and check it out!
In addition to Mog, Rhapsody will also be featured on some of Verizon’s new LTE phones. It will have a higher bit rate than the current Rhapsody app, and also offer music video streaming.
Is it just me or do significant releases seem to cluster together? Hot on the heels of Napster’s latest release for iOS, rdio has a major release that adds in deeper capabilities around exploring other users’ profiles as well as the ability to quickly follow them.
They’ve also re-emphasized that the ability to create and edit playlists is now included as of the previous update. (Maybe not many people had discovered the feature yet?)
Follow the link above for complete details.