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MySpot Music Service App Available
Music services these days are plentiful, and it seems this new one can now be easily accessed from your Windows Phone using this application. The application was made available by FryWalker, and while it is currently still in the beta stage, it has some promising functions.
Originally posted by FryWalker
- Full implementation of the Spotify search and top list functions
- Play list support – easy access to all your favourite tracks (up to 150 tracks per play list)
- Choose your own media player (CorePlayer 1.3.6 is recommended*, or either of the following: GSPlayer (free), PocketPlayer)
- Album artwork shown by preference
Please be aware: whilst mySpot is a beta release it may not function as expected all of the time. The service may be unavailable at times. Testing is continuously being carried out to improve the performance and usability. All user feedback is welcome during this stage.
*CorePlayer 1.3.6 seems to perform the most reliably with the current version of mySpot
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