AOL Play Music Player to hit the Kindle Fire Tomorrow
Not to be confused with Google Play Music, AOL has retooled their music service for the Amazon Kindle Fire. PLAY is an application that lets you share musical moments with friends and discover great new music. PLAY not only let’s you listen to your own music on your device, it also let’s you stream over 50,000 SHOUTcast radio stations, CD Listening Party, MP3 of the day. There will be two different versions of the app launching, a free add supported version and a .99 paid edition that removes the adverts from your screen. Both iterations will be launching on Wednesday and will be available in the Amazon Android Market. Its too bad you can’t use this app as a coaster like the old AOL CD’s.
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