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Stream Music To Your Android Device with Audiogalaxy
If you keep a lot of music on your home computer and perhaps don’t want to make copies of the music onto your Android mobile device, there is a way to save some storage space on your phone but still listen to your music.
XDA forum member Klyentel has developed an Android application called Audiogalaxy which lets you stream your DRM-free music from your home computer to your mobile device from anywhere!
The app works over WiFi as well as 3G and EDGE. In order to use the functionality, Audiogalaxy requires you to sign up from your MAC or PC on which your music is stored.
Features of Audiogalaxy include:
- High quality audio option
- Queue albums and tracks
- Delete tracks from current playlist
To download the apk, and for more information, head on over to the application thread.
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