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Listen Free Music With Xiami Music For Windows Phone 7
For those of you who don´t know Xiami, it is a Chinese site where you can listen to music for free. Now thanks to XDA new member qqjt, we have an application for Windows Phone 7 devices that can take advantage of this service. As all the songs are from xiami.com, most of the text will be in Chinese, but don’t worry because the application is in English. The developer mentions that your device must be unlocked in order to run this application and also that it can be a good alternative if you are interested in learning more about Chinese music.
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Originally posted by qqjt
[App]Nice Free Music App – Xiami Music
this is a great music app for window phone 7. you can find many songs in this app.you can try it. this is a xap file. so your phone shoud be hacked
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