[UPDATE] View the winners here!
As you may have seen if you follow the site, for the past week I have been reviewing a different streaming music app for Android every day. Today I am taking a break from the reviews to present to you the exciting chance to win ONE of FIVE Slacker Radio Plus subscriptions in conjunction with my review series.
You may not realize it, but each of these reviews involves me listening to hours of streaming music as I evaluate these applications, and my library of artists to choose from is running short. So I am leaving it up to you, oh loyal readers, to help me find new artists and bands to check out as I run these streaming music services through their paces.
For your chance to win, simply comment on this article with the name of one artist or group I should check out. Make sure you don’t post the same artist as a previous commenter, as I will only give credit to the first person. I am looking for artists that are original, unique, and talented to help test the music-matching capabilities of these services. It couldn’t hurt if you name a group that I may personally enjoy, and you can probably get some ideas as to the kind of music that will win me over by reading my previous reviews of Pandora and Last.fm.
Up for grabs are:
- (2) one-year subscriptions to Slacker Radio Plus
- (3) three-month subscriptions to Slacker Radio Plus
Slacker Radio plus gives Slacker Radio users access to song lyrics, ad-free music streaming, unlimited song requests and skips, and song caching on your Android device for offline streaming.
You must sign up for a free Slacker Radio account to be eligible to redeem your prize, and please include your e-mail when commenting so I can get in touch with you. Submissions will close in 24 hours (April 15th at 4:00 PM EST) and winners will be announced Friday, April 16th along with my Slacker Radio review.
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