Verizon Offering BlackBerries Music-Laden MicroSD Cards
Today Verizon Wireless announced a new product aimed at BlackBerry users. The slotRadio+ microSD card will be loaded with 1,000 popular song snippets and will have 4GB of extra storage left over for customer use. Interested customers can buy the microSD card for $50. They will then have to download the slotRadio+ application. The combination of the card and application will then easily interface with Verizon's V CAST Music store to make additional purchases, such as full tracks and ringtones. The slotRadio+ card will come in two music configurations: Billboard Hits, which has modern rock, dance and hip hop, Latin, and country; and Billboard Decades, with music from ’80s, the ’90s, classic rock and oldies. The microSD card will be available beginning January 29.
Samsung Reveals 256 GB MicroSD Memory Card
Samsung today announced the EVO Plus 256 GB microSD card, what it claims is the highest-capacity memory card available for sale. Samsung says the card can hold 33 hours of full HD video, 12 hours of 4K / UHD video, 55,200 pictures, or 23,500 music files.
Amazon Music Gains Memory Card and Android Wear Support
Amazon today updated its Amazon Music app for Android devices and added several highly-requested features. Users can now download Prime Music tracks to a memory card for offline playback, rather than store the tracks directly on the handset.
SanDisk Debuts Two 256 GB MicroSD Cards
SanDisk today announce two new high-capacity microSD memory cards for smartphones, tablets, and other devices. Both cards offer 256 GB of storage for photos, music, movies, and other content.
Apple Music for Android Can Store Songs on Memory Cards
Apple updated its Apple Music application for Android devices and added the ability for users to store music on microSD cards for offline playback. This is chiefly important for devices that have limited on-board storage.
Verizon Allowing Customers to Send Starbucks Gift Cards via Text
Verizon Wireless today announced that its customers can send Starbucks eGift cards to one another from within the Verizon Messages application. The application lets users pick a background, amount ($5, $10, or $25), and enter a short message.
Not just no...
"I'm a Genie in a bottle baby" I live by those words, another great line "I'm bringing sexy back"--> I make sure I go tanning before I listen to that jam and roll the windows down on my dads Escalade. This will make it look like I have 1000 songs on my phone but I since my allowance is usually spent on Chapstick and fake Armoni clothes.
This is how I roll!!
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I don't get it
can't i do this for free through the Amazon MP3 app on my Droid?
slotRadio+ flopped for the Shack, why VZW?
Why pay $40-$50 for 1000 tunes stuck on a card when you can just use your current music management app to side load your music from your computer to ALL of your devices?