Google has been not really put much focus on Windows Phone devices which makes owners deprived of their some the popular services. It has even let some users to ultimately switch over to Android phone in order to get services like Google Music. However, finally thanks to XDA developers community who has brought some good news for Windows Phone owners. An XDA-Developers named Snickler come up with an amazing client for Google Music service Called CloudMuzik which allows you to get the service on Windows Phone 7 devices.
From XDA Developer:
CloudMuzik is a Google Music player made to work specifically for WP7 phones. I got tired of trying to listen to Google Music through the browser since the interface is ugly and it doesn’t know how to switch to different tracks while locked.
Beta is ready! Limited slots are available. PM e-mail addresses and the xap will be sent.
The salient features comes with CloudMuzik are as follows:
- Max 1000 songs
- Search for individual song, artist or album
- Background art for each artist
- Seeking through songs
- Ability to play songs in the background
Developer also mentions that CloudMuzik app may eventually be available to stream music from other sources. Things will get much clear in coming days as Sky could be the another contender to start streaming services for their valued customers.
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