We announced a few weeks ago that the popular electronic music streaming site Digitally Imported (www.di.fm) was beta testing their official app for Windows Phone. Tonight, we figured we show you the current status of the beta and how it all works.

Digitally Imported is a free music streaming site, though users can opt for a paid “Premium” experience like on Pandora. That feature enables 256kbps streaming with no ads and that membership level is reflected in the app.

The DI.FM app has full access to all of the site’s channels, including shows, a sleep timer, streaming options based off of connection (cellular or Wi-Fi), a buffering meter and data usage monitoring.  The app is fast and fluid and although it lacks some of the more advanced features of the third-party app Beem, so far it’s building a solid foundation.

DI.FM is currently at 0.7 in the beta stage, so presumably they have more features and polishing to go before it goes public. We’ll of course keep you posted as to the app’s status but so far, we’re really enjoying it and look forward to another official app landing for Windows Phone 7.x and 8 devices.

For now, watch our video tour above and get ready to dance.