Sleeve Music is one of the best and most unique music apps on Windows Phone. The design of the app is top-notch and refreshed on a regular basis. Speaking of fresh design, there's an update out today for Sleeve Music that introduces another renewed design.
Head into the Windows Phone Store and you'll see Sleeve Music for Windows Phone now at version 3.5. Here's what's new in today's version:
- Renewed design
- Improved playback
- Import flow
We've always been fans of Sleeve Music on Windows Phone. It's a great app for staying up-to-date with your favorite artists and discovering new talent. Select to follow artists in Sleeve Music and you'll be able to see their recent releases on SoundCloud and YouTube, plus get their latest tweets within Sleeve.
Sleeve also has playlists that introduces you to new artists across a variety of genres. For example, check out the Subways beats playlist to hear a selection of groovy, but delicate instrumental beats. You can view the artists within a playlist and swipe over to the song selection from SoundCloud. Hit play and you're on your way to enjoying some new music.
Like an individual artist? You can view their bio, discover what's new from them or open that artist in MixRadio. Winning.
Take the new Sleeve Music out for a spin and let us know what you think!
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