FMGEM Betas Free Lifetime Upgrades

The Streaming Playlist Service,currently in Beta, FMGEM is now giving away Free Lifetime Premium Upgrades  at Official Launch to those who sign up within the next 24 Hours. The website at the time of writing has garnered so much traffic that 50 servers had to be added to account for the traffic.
FMGEM is available in your Browser with the Feature of a Draggable Playlist and any via a Streaming Radio App Android Device.
Here is how the service describes itself in a nutshell:

FMGEM is new kind of community for music and video lovers built around a revolutionary web player that runs right inside your browser.
FMGEM seamlessly integrates YouTube™, SoundCloud™, Vimeo™, Discogs™, DailyMotion™ and the Aol On Network™ to let you easily search and stream great content as well as build and share playlists.
FMGEM also helps you discover great content that is being streamed, mixed, discussed and voted upon by the FMGEM community.
Over ten thousand hours in the making, FMGEM was designed from the ground up to be smarter than the average music & video service because we know you are too!
Become a gemster today. You'll love it. It's a way of life.

FMGEM is also Looking for:
1. UI/UX (art, icons, etc.)
2. Videos... we want to have awesome videos for our landing page
3. PR/Bloggers promotion/marketing
So What are you Waiting for? Make Your Way to, as they say "It's a Way of Life".

Source: r/Music

Google play gets a new design

Google play so called Google store for android apps, books, music, videos and games got published with a new cool design. This design is now available to smartphone and tablet users.
The motive for this new design is to help users finding content quick and easy.
Today we’ve started rolling out a redesigned Google Play store on Android phones and tablets that is simple, clean and — most importantly — helps you find great entertainment, fast. – android blog
Via Official Android Blog

Andriod Gingerbread Dominates

Boasting a mere 47.6% near that of a 50% Androids Gingerbread Still Dominates Android Distribution based a data from a 14 day period ending on December 3, 2012. Ice Cream Sandwich holds  a 29.1 mark putting it second place.

Unfortunately for developers who have to keep all these versions in mind, even the ancient Android 2.2. or Froyo is still very alive and present on 9% of devices, while Android 2.1 Eclair powers 2.4% of all Android devices.
What make of these Stats?

Check Out More at Android Developers.