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Napster updates Android app, adds offline playback

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Napster updates Android app, adds offline playback

Napster launched their Android app a few weeks back and while we were excited to see them come to Android, they did leave off one fairly nice feature — offline playback. Well, as it turns out they must not have forgotten entirely because an updated version of the app is now available in the Android Market and it includes the ability to download music tracks. In other words, you can download and play when you are offline, or in areas of limited connectivity. And for those not as familiar with Napster (they are a fully legal service), they offer a library of about 11 million songs and your $10 per month subscription will allow you to download and listen to as much as you want. Best of all, once you are a subscriber you can listen on your Android smartphone or your regular computer. In addition to the ability to save entire playlists for complete offline playback, the app will also download (cache) the next few tracks while you are streaming, that way you can avoid having issue during those random cellular dead spots.

Read [Napster Blog]

Scan the QR Code below to download the Napster app on your Android smartphone

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