Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Sprint launches new music download app for android.

The new service called "Sprint Music Plus" will allow sprint customers to purchase and directly download songs, albums, ringtones, and ringback tones. All purchases will be DRM free and added to your monthly bill. Let me know what you guys think

48 comments:

  1. I'm sure it's a handy app, but it's useless for a tasteless guy like me as I only have video game ringtones on my phone!

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  2. Interesting, still debating whether this or the iphone and i'm starting to lean toward this

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  3. Interesting... But ya, as R.C said... I mainly have video game ringtones only, and use an ipod touch for music.

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  4. i wonder if i'll ever be able to afford a cool phone :/

    not like i find the presence of one lacking in my life now.

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  5. Pretty cool, but I never use my phone for music. It's always a consideration when buying a phone, but past week one never used. Still, detaching the user from immediately paying and increasing the distance between him/her and actually handing over some monies is always successful.

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  6. Def trying this out when I get my Android.

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  7. Seeing great apps like these for androids just make me regret getting a blackberry.

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  8. I like the idea, but its similar to apple and the iphone. Easy access to music is a plus though

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  9. Oh man, this reminds me, i really gotta upgrade my old nokia from 2000..

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  10. Nicee, I have a Milestone and it's a gorgeous phone.

    This app looks pretty neat, might try it. Must be quicker than downloading random songs from unknown .mp3 sites. :)

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  11. Absolutely awesome. Thanks for the info! Following.

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  12. Sounds pretty slick, and DRM free is a huge +

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  13. Doesn't sound like a big deal to me. I don't like paying for music.

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  14. Makes sense. Why didn't anyone think of this before?

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  15. Ah man, its on Sprint. Although, great app.

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  16. Great Idea... so excited to be getting a droid soon

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  17. very nice does it kill a alot of battery? i hope not

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  18. This is good for people who want music on the go, however it seems as if buying music is a dying trend and more people are switching to torrents and programs like Frostwire.

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  19. It's official, I'll be getting an android.

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  20. cool ill have to check it out

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  21. My next bill is going to be big.lol

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  22. There are manz other programs like this, and the are free...

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  23. yeah nice, thx for the info

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  24. I bet iTunes and Apple wont be too happy to hear this.

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  25. so, what the prices are gonna be like?

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  26. Depends how high the prices will be...

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  27. it seems the prices are def the defining factor

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  28. another interesting post! keep up this good blogging!

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  29. Shame it's limited to sprint users :(

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  30. I prefer to download my music at home ^^
    Thanks for the nice post!

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