Slacker Radio has rolled out its official Android client in under a month after letting us know at CTIA that they will do so soon, enabling those living in the US to literally bring their radio everywhere. For those who are not in the know, Slacker is a streaming service that configures personalized music stations based on a user’s favorite songs, artists and preferences. With millions of songs from thousands of artists residing in the Slacker library, you’ll be spoilt for choice. You’ll need to fork out $3.99 monthly for the Radio Plus service that has Unlimited Song Skipping, although those who are happy with the basic Slacker service need not fork out out a single penny.
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