Aspiro Brings Their Streaming Music Service to Android

Aspiro, a big player in Northern European mobile entertainment, has announced their desktop and mobile streaming music service is now available for Android handsets.  As part of a partnership launched in 2009, the service provides live streaming of a music catalog over 160,000 albums deep.  In addition to local companies, music labels include Universal, Sony BMG, EMI and Warner. 

The software allows for your standard fare of searching,  creating playlists, adding favorites and discovery. Similar to other services like Spotify and Slacker Radio, tracks can also be cached for offline listening.

It’s not immediately known which countries the free application is available for however, Aspiro is based out of Sweden.  We also found that they have a presence in Norway, Finland, Denmark, the US, and other countries.  Keep an eye out for this one in your respective Android Market.

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