Although apps like LivingSocial are disappearing from Windows Phone one of our favorite music services – Digitally Imported – is getting a rare updated. Digitally Imported or just DI.FM for short, arrived for Windows Phone back in October, 2013. Since then it has had only one update.
Today, version 1.0.2 has landed for Windows Phone and with comes some bug fixes for connection issues.
Although this is hardly a momentous update, we are highlighting it to show that Windows Phone – and small media companies – still support the platform. It is great to see DI.FM release an update instead of letting their app rank up negative reviews, only to be forgotten by users.
If you have never tried DI.FM, it is a streaming service for EDM (Electronic Dance Music). In fact, it is the largest streaming service dedicated to that genre. With nearly 90 different stations and sub-genres of EDM, Digitally Imported is a must-have app. The service is free, although users can opt for a premium version of the service that streams in 320 kbps with no ads. The service is also accessible on the web at www.di.fm.
Now if they could just release a Modern Windows app...
Thanks, LTTG, for the tip!