Microsoft shows off the new music features of the Mango update
They have also added native podcast support. With the current build, you need to transfer the podcasts from your PC via Zune. With Mango, you can search, download, and enjoy podcasts from a dedicated menu within the Marketplace. There is also the option to stream the podcast, instead of downloading it. One very cool addition is how WP7 will manage automatically downloaded podcasts. To save battery, it will only do so (automatically) if you're connected to a power supply. And to conserve data usage, it will use Wi-Fi as the default method for download.
There are a number of other little visual tweaks and reorganizations. Check out the Microsoft link below for the full rundown. Is Windows Phone 7 capturing your interest yet?
source: Microsoft via Electronista
1. jroc74 posted on 05 Jun 2011, 23:12 1 0
I only like music players that do playlists good. If it does playlists like PowerAMP or better, I will be interested in it.
2. clevername posted on 06 Jun 2011, 01:04 1 0
Playlists are handled nicely, there is just no current way to create them on the device. I hope this changes. Wp7 has already converted me from IOS...sorta.
4. jroc74 posted on 06 Jun 2011, 10:52 1 0
Thats also part of what I want from my music player. To make them in the app, on the device.
5. corps1089 posted on 06 Jun 2011, 12:11 1 0
Yes, creating playlists on the device is available with Mango: