Mobile Music Made Easy With Bloom.fm

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Bloom.fm

London-based Bloom.fm have just launched a new mobile music app.

Under the attractively designed exterior is a meaty music service, neatly combining free radio stations, artist recommendations and a unique “borrow, enjoy, return” system.

There’s a library of over 16 millions tracks, all legally licensed from leading major and independent record labels. If you’re stuck not knowing what to listen to next, you’ll love the genre radio stations, covering everything from Folk Rock to Techno.

The app automatically imports your iTunes library, so all your music can be kept in one place. Nice.

Finding new artists you’ll like is also a breeze using the interactive discovery wheel, which you tap to move through bands like six-degrees of separation.

Bloom.fm is free from the App Store, and there are optional subscriptions if you want to borrow songs and save them to your phone. The subscriptions start at £1 per month to borrow 20 songs at a time — and you can swap the songs on your phone whenever you want. £5 gives you 200 songs and £10 gives you ‘Full Bloom’ with unlimited access and on-demand streaming.

The combination of beautiful design and fair prices looks sure to be a winner. Plus, for a limited time, everyone who installs the app will be given a free one-month upgrade to Full Bloom when they borrow a track.

Download Bloom.fm for iPhone from the App Store

Follow @bloomfm on Twitter or visit www.Bloom.fm for more information.

 

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