CloudMuzik Brings Your Google Music to WP7
Windows Phone 7 is often looked at as a lesser-OS by those with Android devices, and many times that is because the WP7 devices lack the full Google integration found on Android handsets. And with the growing reliance on all things cloud, apps like Google Music can be a daunting task through the mobile browser.
Thanks to XDA Recognized Developer snickler, you can now have a dedicated WP7 application for Google Music. His application is called CloudMuzik and is now on the Windows Marketplace.
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.
Features for CloudMuzik Beta
- 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
Follow the link to the forum post and discussion about the application and make sure to thank the developer for their efforts.
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