SAN DIEGO, July 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Cricket Communications, Inc. today announced a completely new design and improved functionality of its popular Muve Music application. The redesigned application, Muve Music 4.0, features faster performance with a new user interface that allows for even easier exploration of music and improved navigation. Users also now have immediate access to all the core features of Muve Music with the new sidebar navigation menu. Another improvement helps customers to instantly play their favorite song as soon as it begins downloading.
Since its commercial launch in January 2011, Muve Music has become one of the fastest-growing and leading on-demand digital music services in the United States. Nearly 1.7 million Cricket customers have Muve Music as part of their monthly rate plan.
In addition, this version of Muve Music does not require a special Muve Music SD card and will work with any SD card or an SD card may not be needed at all. Music will be stored internally on devices with more than 4GB of available internal memory and on the generic SD card for devices with less than 4GB of available internal memory. Customers' personal music, photos and videos will also be stored on the same memory.Muve Music 4.0 is being offered on the: Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy Discover, and the Samsung Galaxy Admire 2, and will come standard on all future Android based smartphones from Cricket. "We are excited to bring this improved Muve Music application to our customers," said Tyler Wallis, senior vice president of product and marketing for Cricket. "Muve Music offers a unique music experience, and we are constantly working to enhance that experience for our customers. Muve Music 4.0 is another milestone in our effort." Muve Music 4.0 also offers Muve Mixes, custom playlists made by Muve Music experts that customers can download to their song library. Muve Mixes are a great way to explore and discover new music.