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#1 User is offline   crazy4laptops 

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Posted 08 May 2010 - 12:29 PM

i'm gonna be flying for 6 hours in a few days (going to canada) and since i've discovered pandora... it would be perfect on a flight like this, but one small detail, no wifi on it

is there an iphone app like pandora that lets me listen offline? (where it will pre-download songs for 1-2hours of listening)

i have a way of doing this with a different program on the computer, but it takes time to get it processed and synced to my iphone, just looking to keep things simple

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Posted 08 May 2010 - 05:03 PM

I do not know of any. However, another well known app called slacker does have a way. http://www.slacker.com/ http://www.orbitcast...palm-webos.html Unfortunately, the app that they have is still in 1.3, and the app that has the caching ability is 2.0. They also have standalone players, but I'm guessing that isn't what you are looking for. Sorry if this doesn't help...

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Posted 08 May 2010 - 06:52 PM

well rats @ slacker, i guess i've gotta look thru my music stash and see what i find lol

i enjoy music on a very deep level (my car is satellite radio on wheels)
i would listen to it 24/7 but i can't read a book and listen to music... not enough multi-tasking power

any music that i must listen to whilst flying over the rocky mountains? (i like upbeat, peppy, and interesting/inspirational songs)

to get an idea of what i like, heres a song and artist sample set from my ever expanding playlist-

Artists-
DHT
Cascada
Groove Coverage
Kim Sozzi
Celtic- Gaelic Storm, Great Big Sea

Songs-
If you only knew- Shinedown
Her Diamonds- Rob Thomas
On The Radio- Groove Coverage
What If- Ronny V
Pyromania- Cascada
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Posted 08 May 2010 - 07:07 PM

Sorry for the inability to help. On the other hand, I can give you a great music site that I know of: http://old.thesixtyone.com/ That is the old site, unfortunately they are discontinuing that soon. The new one is here: http://www.thesixtyone.com/. Use the old site for as long as you can. Anyway you can find lots of good songs. Try "Allison Weiss". If you like the NES, try "I Fight Dragons", though they are still a pretty entertaining band to listen to. You can also try "a lesser panda". Just look around, and you will find plenty of songs to download. Also, check out Amazon MP3's free section: http://www.amazon.co...rd_i=163856011. You will find plenty of free, cool stuff there. Check them out and report back! I'll see what I can dig up in the meantime.
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