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Top Music Singles App For Android
If you like trying new music or keeping up to date with the charts, why not try out XDA forum member darkrage1985‘s Android application.
The app keeps you updated on the move with every week’s Top 50 Music Singles Charts with titles, songs and the feature to listen to the songs live from your mobile Android device.
Top Music Singles App requires an internet connection and is compatible with Android 1.6. It is available for free in the Market.
Please note that the listen button in the app is only for listening purposes – if you wish to download, you must purchase the song.
From more information, head on over to the application thread.
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