As iPhone is supporting a plethora of applications targeting all types of consumers, now Slacker Mobile App for iPhone offers users new features, including the option to view song lyrics for Slacker Radio Plus subscribers. 

Slacker has announced the availability of a new version of the Slacker Mobile application for iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPod touch. The free application is available at the Apple iTunes App Store and by visiting http://www.Slacker.com using the browser from an iPhone or iPod touch.

In fact, Slacker had first introduced this application for iPhone family of devices in January this year.

The refreshed version of the app offers visual and performance enhancements including a larger album art view, a recently played stations folder, a streamlined interface, faster transitions from song to song and the option to disable sleep mode.

With access to a song library, iPhone and iPod touch owners can create their own custom stations with all of their favorite artists and songs or listen to over 100 expert-programmed Slacker stations. Listeners can also read detailed artist biographies, album reviews, and now song lyrics.

The Slacker Mobile app works with the free Slacker Basic Radio service and Slacker Radio subscription services.

The Slacker Personal Radio Mobile application is available as a free download at the Apple iTunes App Store. You can visit http://www.Slacker.com from your iPhone or visit http://www.slacker.com/iphone on the web for details.

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About Rakesh Raman

Have extensive editorial, content management, and integrated communications experience and have worked as a senior tech journalist, analyst, and columnist with different newspapers, magazines, and Web/online properties in India.

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