The Nokia Lumia 900 is not only an excellent phone with all the features you’d expect from a smartphone, but if you’re into your music, it’ll also become invaluable as a great music storage and streaming device. So whether you like to listen to your old favourite tracks or stay up to date with new releases, there’s a wide selection of apps that’ll help you get the best out of your multimedia device. So why not explore this list of the top 10 best free music apps for the nokia 900.
For those not in the know, Spotify is an online service that provides access to over 18 million streamed music tracks which are fully searchable, enabling you to find your favourite artists or songs within seconds. And if you find a great new artist you can even share that information with your friends.
If you’re young enough to still be one of Radio 1’s regular listeners, BBC Radio 1 Player will let you stream all your favourite shows straight to your mobile, to enjoy whenever you like. If you’d like to get away from the predominant pop music on Radio 1, take a look at TuneIn Radio, which is a fantastic app that will quite literally open up a world of radio listening to you. So whatever music you’re into, the 50,000 plus radio stations is bound to provide with one of your favourites or introduce you to something new. Another alternative for new music is to sample some satellite radio on your phone; SiriusXM Buddy app will give you just that opportunity.
If you live in the city of London, Capital FM app will keep you up to date with everything that’s happening in the city.
If you’ve ever heard a song and wanted to find out the title or the artist, you need to download Shazam, an app which has the ability to recognise a small sample of a song and search through its database of 5 million songs to identify just that information. Another music recognition app is SoundHound which responds with the same information both more quickly and accurately.
So, once you’ve downloaded all your favourite music to your Nokia Lumia 900, you can use My Music Search Lite to help you search for the music you want to hear in seconds.
If you like to listen to your music as you nod off to sleep, SleepTimer will switch off your phone for you, once you’re asleep.
Finally, one of the most popular music apps on the market and a must for all music fans is Last.fm which will enable you to listen to both the artists and bands you know and love as well as providing you with recommendations for music to try based on your music preferences.
If you’d like to download a selection of apps, go to the Windows Phone Marketplace, where these and hundreds of other free and paid for apps are available to download. Paid for apps start from less than one pound, so if you’d like to make some money from phone recycling and get cash for mobile like a nokia 700 to buy some apps, look online for the best deals.