Slacker Radio 3.0 offers wireless caching for BlackBerry handsets

Slacker Radio 3.0 offers wireless caching for BlackBerry handsets
Staying true to their word, Slacker Radio 3.0 for BlackBerry finally makes itself available for all to download. As we last heard about the streaming internet radio application last month, this latest version now adds the ability to allow music lovers to cache their favorite Slacker stations wirelessly – so that means it'll allow you to continue listening to content even if you're not connected to a wireless network. The only place where you can download this app is though slacker.com – it'll soon be available in the App World. In addition to that one unique feature, it sports an updated interface, faster application startup time, significantly smaller application size, improved touch interface for the BlackBerry Storm handsets, greatly improved battery life, new settings menu options, and tabbed info view for lyrics, reviews, and biographies. Now there won't be a worry if you happen to lose connection because you'll always have your content stored directly on your device to access any time.

source: RIMarkable

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2 Comments

1. iHateCrapple

Posts: 734; Member since: Feb 12, 2010

Anyone else ever have a problem with Slacker lockin up there Berry? I used to use Slacker all the time it was awesome and i'm sure it still is but it would cause my Storm(original) to freeze occassionally while playin or it wouldnt shut down all the way sometimes. Just wondering...

2. xmguy1

Posts: 68; Member since: Nov 04, 2009

I subbed for Pandora. I like it MUCH better!

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