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    I started using lala back when it was just CD trading. It is now a great all around music site. This is my email exchange with them:

    Message: Are there plans or discussions about an app for the palm pre?
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    Hello,

    We are currently developing an palm pre app that we hope to have available in the near future. This is a priority here at lala so be assured we are working hard to release it.


    Thanks,

    Support @ LaLa
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    That's pretty awesome. I remember reading about lala many months ago. This thread just reminded me of what it is, and what a great concept it is.

    If they get out a Pre app, I would definitely be interested in using the service.
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    I also sent them an email and indeed they are developing an app
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    That's great! They didn't respond to mine, but good to hear.
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    WOOHOO

    I was listening to lala just now and though it would be fantastic if there was a pre app.

    this is great!
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    Just an update for everyone else waiting for a lala app.

    App Turns iPhone Into Dime Jukebox | Epicenter | Wired.com

    Even if Apple rejects the app in order to help protect its higher-priced iTunes music store, Lala plans to roll out versions of the app for Android, Palm Pre and Blackberry. One way or another, 10-cent portable music could become a reality in the next few months.
    Can't wait!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thermodynamic View Post
    Just an update for everyone else waiting for a lala app.

    App Turns iPhone Into Dime Jukebox | Epicenter | Wired.com



    Can't wait!
    The ability to scan your current music collection and add it to your cloud collection for free is killer! I'm definitely going to be looking into this.
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    Can't wait! This will be awesome.
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    Wonder if Apple is going continue the app?
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    why not? Apple has iTunes versions for both PCs and MACs...and so phones should not be different. The real question is whether Palm would still approve it ...
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    I don't see why Palm wouldn't approve of it. Carrier's a different issue, but I think Sprint has been pretty "open" so far. I hope it comes soon!
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    Apple bought Lala. CRAP.

    It'll be great for iPhone users, but there's no way Apple would create a way to stream iTunes to a device other than their own.
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    Crap just realized that after reading a bit of news this morning.

    Guess I'm going to start freezing my lala purchases now. I have no idea where the service is going, and as a non-Apple owner, I'm worried.
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    yeah this is not great news for the webOS app. After everything Palm pulled on iTunes syncing I wouldn't be surprised if they pulled the plug on the app. I don't see this app coming out anytime soon if at all.

    big time bummer
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    Apple just purchased LaLa, and with the things that Palm did with iTunes, I wouldn't put it past Apple to screw with Palm by not allow Lala to develop for WebOS (Pre/Pixi).

    Rob
    Robert L
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    - Palm Pre (Sprint) - formally Palm Treo 650
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    Yeah, and I was purchasing music in hopes of playing it on my Pre soonish. Let's not jump to conclusions yet as there hasn't been an official word, but like I said, I'm gonna freeze my lala purchases until then.

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