I am not a big fan of streaming music personally, but in theory services like Slacker sound cool. Rather than buying individual tracks, Slacker lets users create personal radio stations. The service is available for mobile phones and computer users.
Slacker has announced that its application for the Blackberry line of smartphones has now been downloaded a million times via the Blackberry App World. Using the application Blackberry users can listen to personal or programmed radio stations over a wireless network.
When wireless networks aren’t available users can also listen to stations they have cached to the phone. The app allows Blackberry users full Slacker functionality and offers song lyrics, Bluetooth support, multi-tasking, and the ability to pause and skip songs as well as the ability to ban songs you don’t like. The app is available now for free.