Music streaming service Slacker has launched a new iPad app. It offers the same basic features as the company’s popular iPhone app — but it’s optimized for the larger display.

The new app, for instance, lets you view information about the song that’s currently playing as well as the next song in the playlist at the top of the screen while the bottom lets you search for new artists, browse for new stations, or view lyrics, album info, or arist bios.

Slacker offers more than 150 genre-based music stations for free. Paid subscribers can also listen to music on demand or cache songs for offline playback.

You can download Slacker Radio for the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad for free from the App Store.

via CrunchGear


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