By Chuong Nguyen | October 2, 2010 1:30 AM
If you’re a fan of subscription-based streaming music rather than a la carte per song purchases, then Napster may be the ticket to your audio pleasure as the service, which is available via a free app from Android Market, has just hit. After being available on iOS for a short while on the iPhone App Store, Napster has made its way to Google’s mobile OS for the same $10 per month subscription plan, or an annual plan that comes at a savings of 20%. Napster’s music library has over 11 million songs that can be streamed anywhere you have an Internet connection, whether that’s via WiFi or over a mobile broadband connection.
(via: Android Central)