As you probably already know, MusicStation is Omnifone’s “award winning digital music service” that includes a catalogue of more than 6.5 million songs – which will all be available for Android users to download over-the-air. Pricing details were not unveiled.
MusicStation comes with advanced music recommendations, music search & discovery features, intelligent progressive download support, social network community features, real-time charts and news, artist biographies, and full integration with native media players and third party apps.
The MusicStation Android API has “the ability to easily integrate unlimited music playback into 3rd party Android applications”, this way unlocking “the potential for novel features as yet unseen in legitimate portable music services”.
Omnifone is demonstrating MusicStation for Android on Google’s Nexus One and the HTC Magic at MWC 2010.
Via Press release
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