V Cast app for Android gets updated

V Cast app for Android gets updated
The Verizon music application known as V Cast has been given an update for Android-powered smartphones that will now give users access to full songs as well as ringtones and ringback tones.

The songs being offered via the V Cast app are DRM (Digital Rights Management) free and will be sold on a per track basis ranging from .69 cents to $1.29. Similar to other digital music stores such as iTunes and Amazon, any tracks purchased from V Cast can be transferred from the phone to a computer using Verizon’s V Cast Media Manager.

Ringtones and ringback tones will also be available for purchase through the application after it updates. Many new Android phones for Verizon have the V Cast application preloaded along with all the other carrier specific bloatware. Users with an existing version of the app will be prompted to update once it is opened again.

With Amazon’s music store already present on Android devices, do you see any success for the V Cast app now that it has been updated? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: Slash Phone


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