If Pandora and Spotify aren’t your thing then eMusic’s new app might appeal to you. The oldie but goodie music subscription service has just released an Android app. It works with your existing eMusic account and offers access to curated radio stations, music recommendations, playlist mixes and MP3 downloads .Users will also get to read reviews and liner notes from albums as well as contribute their own opinions.

The app is available now in Google Play. It has pretty hefty hardware requirements (Android v2.3.3 or newer with at least 1GHz and 576MB RAM) so I’m not sure how many will end up using it.