Listen to More Than 30,000 DJ Sets with Play.fm App

Play.fm, a spot for electronic music sets, has announced the release of their Android application today. Effective immediately, customers can download the mobile app from the Android Market and enjoy thousands of DJ sets across many different genres and sub-genres. After purchasing for a one-time cost of just a little over $4 US, the app gives users 90 days of unlimited access to the growing Play.fm audio library. After the three month period ends, users get five hours of music per month, unless they sign up for the premium account. You’ll have to forgive us, but we looked everywhere for the premium cost, but couldn’t determine what it is.

Features of Play.fm for Android

  • Listen to top-ranked DJs from over 180 countries
  • Get instant access to mixes recorded live in clubs, at festivals and radio shows
  • Sort DJ mixes by editorial features, popularity and most recent
  • Search and find your favorite mixes instantly
  • Filter mixes by genres
  • Jump to your favorite part within any mix with audio skipping to the second

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1 Comment

  1. Bukem
    January 25, 05:39 Reply

    This is worse than the specs for the flyer. Ugh

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