If you’re looking for a music streaming service or app, but don’t want to pay for the service, you’re in luck. The folks over at Ghosttown Music recently released an app called Ghosttown for Android devices. What this app does is that it searches YouTube for the songs you want and streams them onto your device, without you having to look at the video or visuals – you get to enjoy the song in its audio form. Songs can be added to favorites or playlists so you don’t have to hunt them down again, and if you like, you can even share them with your friends.
While we don’t know how long this app will be around until the authorities decide to shut it down, but for now, if you’re looking for a free music streaming app, this is as good as any. The app works over 3G, 4G and WiFi in case you were wondering. Check it out for free on the Android Market. You can also remove ads by paying a onetime fee of $0.99. Official website.
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