It’s official: The universe of music is now yours, wherever you go. The free Napster app for iPhone®, iPod Touch®, iPad®, and AndroidTM devices was made available recently, and now existing and new U.S. subscribers can sign up for our new Napster plus mobile access service from the Napster site.
Offering unlimited on-demand streaming of over 11 million full-length songs for $10 per month, music lovers can sign up for Napster with mobile access and listen instantly to any and all of them as often as they like, in the order they want, from wherever they are.
The Napster app is available for iPhone (and other iOS® devices) and Android now, with a version for Blackberry coming soon. We're also working with our content partners to bring all three versions to subscribers outside the U.S. as soon as possible.
With Napster plus mobile access, members can save songs, playlists, and albums to their mobile devices and enjoy their favorite music even when not connected (coming soon for the Android version). TheNapster app also automatically saves the last 100 songs played for quick and easy access, online or off.
To get the free Napster app for iPhone (and other iOS devices), follow this link to the app in iTunes®, or simply search for Napster in the App Store on your device.
To get the app for Android, just capture the QR code at left with your device's camera.
To recap, here are some key Napster plus mobile access features:
• Save songs, albums, and playlists to enjoy even when listening offline
• Kick back with playlists, recommendations, and Billboard® charts
• Create playlists for a customized listening experience
• Save last 100 songs played to easily replay favorites
• Automix favorite songs to create an instant playlist blending similar artists
Napster is available on any connected computer, compatible TV, Blu-rayTM player or other compatible home audio product – and now, on iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android devices – all available at Best Buy and other retailers.
With the ability to access Napster via iPhone and soon other smartphones, the new Napster service no longer includes MP3 credits. Over the past year and a half, we’ve determined that long-term customers are streaming more, redeeming fewer MP3 credits, and requesting access to any track from any device rather than attempting to manage MP3s over multiple devices. The demand for mobile streaming is our most requested feature, and we feel this is the best experience – and the best value – for the majority of music fans.
Existing Napster subscribers will continue for now in their current subscription plan unless they contact customer support to sign up for the new plan with mobile access.