7digital, the iTunes rivalling digital music store, has launched its Honeycomb flavoured Premier Android Tablet Music Experience into the Android Market.
In case you're not following, that's an elaborate way of saying that 7digital has launched an Android app optimised for tablets.
Keen to stress that this isn't just a reworking of the existing Android small-screen app, 7digital has stated that the Premier Android Tablet Music Experience has been designed from the ground up with the bigger mobile experience in mind.
It offers all the features that you'd expect from a digital music app such as browsing, previewing, buying and download straight to your device and has the full 7digital 16 million strong catalogue of MP3s available. Your tunes will also be wirelessly synced to your other 7digital platforms on other devices.
Ben Drury, CEO 7digital said: "This is a major addition to our mobile device offering, bringing high quality digital music to Android tablet owners. The Android 3.0 OS has allowed us to create a highly interactive, visually rich application for tablet users.
"We’re aiming to provide our customers with the choice to access their music however, whenever and through whatever platform they choose. As well as previewing and purchasing tracks through the app, customers will be able to sync their music across multiple devices, including Android and BlackBerry smartphones and with their own personal 7digital Locker storage space on 7digital.com."
The 7digital Android app is free to download from the Android Market now. It's also on GetJar and Amazon's App Store Stateside.