Digitally Imported

Digitally Imported, Foundbite, NBA Game Time and more are your app highlights of the week

Digitally Imported, Foundbite, NBA Game Time and more are your app highlights of the week

It’s been a fairly quiet week in terms of breaking news, but the world of Windows Phone doesn’t stop. We’ve got a handful of great apps to highlight for you this week. This is our second time rounding up noteworthy apps that are new to the store or current apps that received a substantial update. We’re going to be calling this column our Weekly App Highlights. Again, this is to make...

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Digitally Imported for Windows Phone beta opens up, gives you three months of DI.FM Premium

Digitally Imported for Windows Phone beta opens up, gives you three months of DI.FM Premium

We’ve been getting a solid stream of official apps the past half year. And those few apps that haven’t made the jump yet usually see solid alternatives within the development community of Windows Phone. But it is still important for the platform for official apps to keep joining. We’ve told you that Digitally Imported was working on a Windows Phone app. So you should go sign up for the...

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Reach for some more lasers – Digitally Imported client Beem updated to version 1.7

Reach for some more lasers – Digitally Imported client Beem updated to version 1.7

I scream, you scream, we all scream for… Digitally Imported. Lame humor aside, if you like electronic music you probably have Beem on your Windows Phone. Today it’s been upped to version 1.7. What do you get with that? Quite a bit, let’s dive in. Beem Plus is by far the best (and only) Digitally Imported app available in the Windows Phone Store. At first glance you would think a...

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Reach for the lasers - Digitally Imported client Beem Plus now free until March 1st

Reach for the lasers - Digitally Imported client Beem Plus now free until March 1st

If you’re a fan of ‘addictive’ electronic music, odds are you use or have used the Digitally Imported website at one point or another. Digitally Imported (di.fm) started out in 1999 and has been a big source of electronic music for over a decade – amassing a loyal set of users and fans. While there isn’t an official app for Windows Phone, we’ve had two killer ones: Beem and Beem Plus,...

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