After updating its Android app, cloud-based music service Thumbplay is bringing the offline music caching capability to the iPhone users, allowing users to access selected playlists and albums even without a connection.
In addition, this release brings a new “swipe motion” song interface for browsing and discovering new music. Moreover, there’s the iOS 4 support that includes improved graphics for iPhone 4’s Retina display as well as the ability to play music in the background.
Rest of the app’s features remain unchanged, meaning you can still tap Thumbplay Music’s database of about 10 million tracks from all major labels and more than 35,000 independents to discover new songs, make playlists and share the tune with your buddies on Facebook (also coming soon for Twitter).
Thumbplay Music costs $9.99 per month and a free 3-day trial is also available. In addition to the iPhone, there’s a mobile app for the Android and BlackBerry smartphones…
Thumbplay Music (FREE) [iTunes link]