A few weeks ago subscription music service Napster launched an iPhone app. Now the company has followed up with a mobile app for Google Android users.

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Judging by the screenshots, the Android app has the same user interface as the iOS version. I installed the app on my phone, but I didn’t poke around too much because you need to register for an account to use the service and I don’t feel like paying $10/month for streaming music right now, although there is a free trial if you want to kick the tires and decide if Napster is right for you.

Napster may have started out as a bastion of internet piracy, but now that the company has gone legit, it finds itself in the company of competing services including MOG, Slacker, and Rhapsody, all of which charge the same $10 per month for streaming music.

Napster for Android is available as a free download from the Android Market.

via Android Central

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