It seems like a common sense
Muve


(sorry, we couldn't resist), but with this latest service redesign, Cricket's letting smartphone users store their Muve Music tracks internally. The storage swap isn't as simple as it sounds and applies only to handsets with more than 4GB of internal storage. For less robust handsets, any SD card will do, which is a break from Cricket's former practice of requiring a specific Muve-compatible SD card. In addition to getting a UI facelift, Muve Music 4.0 will now also let users play songs as they download, access menu options from a newly added sidebar and discover music through curated mix playlists. In case you want in on this version bump, you'll need one of a few select Samsung devices offered by Cricket (i.e., GS III, GS4, Galaxy Discover and Admire 2), although the carrier's planning to preload the service on all future Android devices. Or, if you already have an active
Spotify


premium account, then there's nothing to see here, folks. Just keep it Muve-ing (apologies, once again).
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