If you enjoy listening to music on your Google TV with apps like Pandora, Rhapsody, Soundtracker or Google Music, you can now add Slacker Radio to that list. Slacker just showed up in the Play Store for Google TV this evening, although there’s no mention of Google TV support in the What’s New section, it works great. There’s a couple of bugs that need to be worked out but you’ll be jamming in a matter of seconds once you open the app. Two suggestions for you, don’t click on the mic button next to the search field, and go right into the settings and turn on Night Mode, it looks better that way.
- Night mode for use in low light environments
- Improved slow start up on certain phones
- Fixed a number of streaming bugs
There’s no mention of Google TV support!
Slacker is an experience as unique as you are. Easy-to-use tools make it a snap to jump in, build playlists, create custom stations or fine tune Slacker’s expert-programmed stations and make them your own. Want to hear deeper cuts? Want more artist recommendations? Ready to ban Psy’s “Gangnam Style” for all eternity? Slacker makes it easy and personal.
Slacker is the most complete music service on Android. With millions of songs, hundreds of expert-programmed stations and endless personalization, Slacker gives listeners anytime, anywhere access to the world’s best music and entertainment. Listen for free on your Android device or subscribe and enjoy a commercial-free experience with offline listening and on-demand access to millions of songs and albums.
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Slacker is available everywhere you are — from the web and every major smartphone platform to cars, smart TVs and game consoles. You can also connect your Slacker account to your Facebook and Twitter accounts.