Review: Motorola Droid RAZR M for Verizon Wireless
All of the stock Android media tools are available on the M. That includes Google Play Music, Play Movies, Play Books, and Play Magazines, as well as the Google Play Store.
In terms of performance, music that I played through the Google Play Music app sounded good, even when streamed over the cellular network or Wi-Fi. I wish the Google Play Music app had more controls for fine-tuning the sound, though.
The Google Play Movies app is a fine video player for sideloaded, captured, or purchased content. Movies looked really good on the Super AMOLED display, and sounded good on my favorite pair of earbuds.
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Of course, this is a Verizon phone, so its NFL application is on board, as well. Football fanatics may enjoy the access it provides to games on the weekends.
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