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Best Free Android Apps for Music Lovers

Written on February 05, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Nothing like some good tunes to get you past the day. Check out GADG's picks for the best free Android apps for music lovers.

We’re done with the first month of 2011 and into the next and the Android OS, along with devices that support the green bot, is growing stronger than ever as its community continues to grow exponentially. The Android apps library is also seeing a significant increase as hundreds of thousands of developers and ordinary people like yourself joins the fray of creating great Android apps for everyone to use. These apps serve for different purposes, and one of them is music.

But with the millions of apps available for the OS today, what are the best apps I can get to feed my hunger for music as I go on with my daily grind? Well that’s why GADG is here to give you five of the currently best music Android apps available today. Some of them may be little old, but they’ve also reached the status of being classic that would make them last throughout the year.

Hit the break and check out our list!

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The Vlingo for Android Goes for Free too

Written on August 16, 2010 by Charles Bass

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To stop the sudden death that is threatening them, Vlingo is now for FREE. Just after Google's Voice Action shows up free, too.

Just when the Google Navigation entered the picture, it threatens Vlingo HQ death. Why? Well, simply because Google released it for free while the Vlingo is for $10. And they have the same use.

But it is only losers who give up for Vlingo. As it emerges from the fight again, now the 10 dollars worth of app is for FREE. In the company’s blog, they even congratulated Google for the accomplishment. CEO Dave Grannan says that he wants the Android subscribers to be free in terms of comparing the services being rendered by Vlingo which adds features further more. With a valid point in his favor – You can now use Vlingo if you have Android 2.0 and above, and the Google’s service only runs in Froyo. Good point. Vlingo on Android is the only version that actually charged on Nokia, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile.

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