You've got yourself an Android phone but you feel a certain lack of rhythmic vibes in the general area. You yearn for your own digital mosh pit while in the queue in Smiths, to skip the light fantastic while waltzing down the High St and, to be frank, to do a bit of moonwalking while waiting for the next bus. Well, now's your chance. Omnifone is a UK-based company that specialises in digital content and has already provided music services for the likes of Sky BSB, Sony Ericsson, HP, and Vodafone. Now, it says that Android is in the sights of its 6.5 million song roster via MusicStation.
To be made available for over-the-air download, the company declared that its MusicStation service has, "...the ability to easily integrate unlimited music playback into 3rd party Android applications."
Omnifone has been demonstrating its service on Google's Nexus One and HTC's Magic at the MWC 2010 show. A price structure and final release date has yet to be released.
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