We have just launched a radio app called 'Grab Radio' on Android. This is a great app that lets the user listen to over 40,000 radio stations worldwide. The best feature of the app would be the ability to 'Grab' a song as it is playing on the radio and purchase it in the Amazon store. There are many more cool features on this app and you are a fan of radio this is the perfect app for you.
I am looking for a free app that you can see what song is playing on the radio. I do not want an app like shazam that listens and recognizes the song.I am looking for other ways to see what song is playing besides that way. One way I was thinking of is how the website below does it. But I could not find an app for that website. And the website does not work on my phone.
Okay., I rarely buy songs from Google Play store. But yesterday I decided to buy one. I paid for it and it downloaded and put it in my music file. I go to the gym to work out. The gym where I go has a dead spot. No cell service or data. So I put it in airplane mode. I go to the play the song I bought from the play store and it will not play. WTH!
Rhythmbox still plays songs after exit
I recently installed Rhythm Box 2.97 on my Ubuntu 12.10. When I play songs and then close it using the x symbol on the title bar, the application closes but songs continue to be played in the background, but when I use the quit option from File menu, songs stop playing and the application closes.
i am very new to linux. i just install fedora 12 from live cd. every thing is fine but when i want to play mp3 songs then error come MPEG-1 layer 3 decoder not found. and finally songs are not playing. So please tell me what should i do.
If there is any tutorial about linux related to fedora then please tell me.
I got my phone second hand about 4 months ago, and it worked great until recently my music players starting acting up, skipping songs and pausing like 5-10 seconds before going on to the next song, but when I woke up this morning, and tried to turn on my work out playlist it went through the better part of my music with a notification that said 'sorry, the player dose not support this type of audi
Google Play Music arrived on iOS today, following reports from earlier this week stating that a launch was “imminent.” The app, which will compete with Apple's iTunes Radio and other streaming music options like Pandora, Spotify and Rdio, offers a standard service and All Access option, both of which allow you to store your music collection in the cloud, and stream songs to your device