TheRomMistress · May 30, 2011 at 12:00 am

Streaming Music Just Became Easier With Ghosttown

Using your smartphone is a great way to listen to music on the go, but what happens when your personal music library becomes played out? By utilizing the YouTube API to search for and listen to music, XDA member αкαѕнα has developed Ghosttown, an application that lets you “Listen to any song by any artist!”

Ghosttown uses a similar UI as the stock music player and is very easy to use. Enjoy features such as:
  • Listento any song by any artist
  • Organized by Artist and Album
  • Save Favorites and Playlists
  • Send Playlists to friends
  • Built-In Playlists
  • Works on 3G, 4G or WiFi

If you’re looking for a new way to stream music on the go, head over to the application thread or to the android market to learn more.


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