Google has largely ignored Windows Phone 7, which is not surprising, given that the two are competitors, but some of Googleâ€™s services remain attractive to our community, including their streaming service which allows users to upload their own collection and stream it free from the cloud.
Snickler on XDA-Developers was not however going to be forces to switch to Android to use it. He has coded up a Windows Phone 7 client for Google Music.
The app features
- Max 1000 songs
- Search for individual song, artist or album
- Background art for each artist
- Seeking through songs
- Ability to play songs in the background
He is taking requests for the beta XAP at XDA-Developers and notes that the app may eventually support streaming from other sources. We can think of a service that starts with Sky and ends in Drive that could also do with a good streaming client.
Read more at XDA-Developers here.