You can count on Nokia to keep on fine tuning their own apps, each version brings us a step closer to perfection. Today an update is heading out for Nokia Music, their free to listen music service.
The release notes for version 3.5 are scant but we suspect this is version isn’t serving up any new features as the release app notes still show the same features as in version 3.0 which we reported on back in July.
Here is the marketplace feature list:
- Download all types of mixes to listen to offline
- 'pin to start' any mix, so you can quickly play your favourites
- See what mixes and songs you've previously listened to by tapping 'recent mixes'
- Search for gigs by artist, venue and city
- Share details of the song you are playing to social networks, via email and messaging
- Fixed disappearing menu options
Owl City Image Gallery - Nokia Music 3.5
Version 3.5 looks to be a very minor update, certainly enough so that we cannot determine any real changes here. If you have a Nokia then you should check out this app, its listed in the Nokia section of the marketplace. If you already have the app installed then clicking on the marketplace link below will trigger the app to show as an update you can then click on.
**Update** we have reports that as well as performance improvements there is now an image gallery of the artist being played which you can then save to your phone.
If you are a seasoned regular user of Nokia Music and have noticed anything that’s changed, please let us know. While we have your attention, what improvements would you like to see included with Nokia Music? SmartGlass integration, play to built in? We'd love to hear from you.
Thanks, @JCWinupd8, for the tip!
Marketplace link - Here
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