Online music vendors 7digital have launched a tablet version of it’s existing music store app for Android phones.
The Honeycomb-optimised app is available to download right now from the Android Market and gives you access to a 16 million strong library of tunes.
Tying in with the existing Android phone app that launched back in May, any songs you purchase through this app will be accessible through the 7digital cloud locker on other devices. So any tunes you’ve bought previously with 7digital you ought to be able to access on your Android tablet as well.
7digital also has apps for BlackBerry phones and a mobile web store as well. So for polyglots out there with an iPhone 4, Motorola Xoom and a BlackBerry Bold 9900 all of your 7digital purchases will be automatically synced.
Ben Drury, CEO at 7digital said in a statement, “This is a major addition to our mobile device offering, bringing high quality digital music to Android tablet owners. The Android 3.0 OS has allowed us to create a highly interactive, visually rich application for tablet users.
“We’re aiming to provide our customers with the choice to access their music however, whenever and through whatever platform they choose. As well as previewing and purchasing tracks through the app, customers will be able to sync their music across multiple devices, including Android and BlackBerry smartphones and with their own personal 7digital Locker storage space on 7digital.com.”
As well as allowing you to purchase music on the go, the app features an integrated player and you’ve got the ability to preview tracks in a try-before-you-buy style.
The app is available to download now from the Market and over on GetJar, as well as the Amazon App Store over in the US.