PRLog - Nov. 8, 2010 - The new Slacker Internet player is quickly gaining popularity with its optional station choices. A big reason is because it’s being added to a lot of popular devices like the all-new Samsung Galaxy Tab that is coming out next month. The Galaxy is going to be a rival to the Apple iPad, and Samsung wants to make sure that applications, such as Slacker, are pre-installed and available for its users.
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A listener can use Slacker’s pre-made stations such as Alternative, Hip Hop/R & B or Rock and listen to a mixed playlist of songs from those stations. Also there is the choice to create personalized stations which are tailored to the listener. If someone doesn’t know what to listen to or would rather any mix, Slacker also has a Now Playing station which plays like the radio.
All a Detroit MI music buff has to do is create a profile for free music listening. There are also options to subscribe—$4.99 month-to-month or a year subscription at $3.99 per month, $47.88 billed annually—to avoid having to listen to advertisements, enjoy unlimited song skips and also get full lyrics for all songs.
A great new feature for those who love the news, ABC now has its own station on Slacker with main news stories being played throughout the day.
Plus, take Slacker on the go by adding it to any portable device like a smartphone or any device with Wi-Fi. Get Slacker on a television or other Internet Connectable devices: Logitech Squeezebox, RCA Infinite Radio, Sony BRAVIA Internet Video Link, and the Sony Network Blu-ray Disc Player. Even enjoy Slacker on the Amazon Kindle.
MI Auto Times will make sure to keep all Slackers up-to-date with new tools and need-to-know technology so they won’t have to worry about it.
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