Slacker, Inc. today announced its first Slacker Radio Mobile app for
the Windows Mobile platform. The new app for Windows Mobile 6.5 is
debuting on the HTC HD2, exclusively from T-Mobile USA, allowing
listeners to enjoy their favorite Slacker Radio stations while
on-the-go. The free Slacker Radio app is pre-installed on the HTC HD2
and is available to other Windows Mobile 6.5 devices.
The Slacker music experience is available to T-Mobile USA customers
on the HTC HD2 including custom stations, over 120 expert-programmed
Slacker genre stations, and spotlight stations including Artist Showcase
stations and new stations by The Source Magazine and FILTER Magazine.
Slacker Radio provides listeners with an intuitive interface and an
unparalleled music discovery resource by providing artist biographies,
album reviews and access to song lyrics. In addition to marking songs as
favorites, listeners can ban songs and artists to create perfect custom
radio stations on their phones.
"Slacker offers music lovers an opportunity to enjoy free music
on-the-go, whether they are listening on their computers, smartphones or
through their home entertainment devices," said Jonathan Sasse, senior
vice president of marketing at Slacker. "Expanding to the Windows Mobile
platform with HTC HD2 from T-Mobile USA allows us to offer our service
on all of the most popular mobile platforms providing our millions of
listeners with immense flexibility on when and where they listen."
Slacker Radio for Windows Mobile:
-- Music library featuring millions of songs -- High-quality stereo playback from any available wireless connection -- Create custom artist stations based on artists or songs -- Over 120 professionally programmed and customizable genre stations -- View artist biographies and photos -- View album art and read reviews -- Rate songs as favorites -- Ban songs and artists from stations