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It’s Friday. It’s Windows Phone Radio time! You can find the podcast RRS feed link in the right hand sidebar of this blog or click here for a direct download. Of course it is also available in the Zune Marketplace and coming soon to iTunes as well.
In the latest episode we talked briefly about our big event going down on Monday, October 11th in New York City. Make sure to head over to the Windows Phone News Center and bookmark that page so you can tune into the live webcast Monday morning. Shortly after the live event, the webcast will be available for replay on that same page.
We also spent a little time talking about my trip to San Francisco this week at the Billboard Music event and press reception so I wanted to post a few screenshots to show some of the music applications we mentioned on this week’s episode.
Here is the full panorama display of the Slacker radio application – great use of the controls!
Here is the iheartradio application – pick a city and tune in.
This last picture shows how music applications can live inside the Music and Video Hub itself – allowing you to play movies, TV Shows and music quickly.
Have a great weekend and don’t forget the special Photoshop challenge for all the listeners out there this week!
Looking cool. Will these be able to play in the background like Zune app can?
Ha! Matt, this was a little better ;). Question: Are you guys going to talk about the developer story for WP7 on this podcast? Phone specific controls, best practices, etc... Looking forward to the launch review podcast.
Do you know what streaming protocol and codec is used by the iheartradio app? We have not yet succeeded in getting WMA to stream on the WP7 emulator.