[Review] Turntable.fm On Android: It’s Fantastic If You Have A Good Network And A Bit Of Luck
We’ve been waiting on turntable.fm to land on Android for a while now. Well, it’s finally here! The music sharing service has been available for a little over a year on desktop machines. The concept is simple: DJs join a room and share songs with an audience that can then vote on whether a song is Awesome or Lame. It’s a great concept for sharing music.
The only thing that could make it better is if you could listen to (or DJ!) a room while away from your computer. iOS users have been able to do this for a couple months, and now Android users can join the fray.
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[Review] Turntable.fm On Android: It’s Fantastic If You Have A Good Network And A Bit Of Luck was written by the awesome team at Android Police.