If you own an Android device and you currently use the 7digital application, then you might be interested to know that the app has just received an updated version. The updated app has added a number of new features, including MP3 downloads and last.fm scrobbling.
As Samia Perkins at androidcommunity.com notes, the 7digital for Android app now allows users to download music to their devices. Previously, users were required to download music onto their computer and then sync their device, but now they just buy music directly from their device.
The 7digital application features a music store with around 14 million tracks, which users can search and preview from their device. The app even provides users with the option of downloading a lower quality track while using a cellular network, so they can save bandwidth and battery.
As mentioned above, the updated 7digital app also allows for last.fm scrobbling, which can be enabled or disabled via the settings screen. Other features include 30-second previews of all tracks, so you can try before you buy and the ability to create and manage playlists within the app itself.
Users are able to search for music by genre and new releases, as well as by artist, track or album names. What do you think about the 7digital for Android application?