1. ashleymcguffries90's Avatar
    Hello everyone! I'm new to android (used an iPhone for years) and I'm trying different alternatives to Google apps. I came across the shuttle music player app and I was wondering does this app use much battery and any data? If I were to load the music on my sd card, and want to listen to music in my car, it wouldn't use any of my data correct?
    10-25-2014 02:13 PM
  2. awaixjvd's Avatar
    It sounds like you are too much new to Android. When you used the iPod application in your iPhone. Did it use any data?? Android is not that much different from iOS. So please don't ask such a noob question.
    10-25-2014 02:35 PM
  3. ashleymcguffries90's Avatar
    It sounds like you are too much new to Android. When you used the iPod application in your iPhone. Did it use any data?? Android is not that much different from iOS. So please don't ask such a noob question.
    Excuse you? This is a message board for anybody to ask/answer a question about Android devices. If I want to know something and I can't find it on the Internet, I will gladly ask it here & hope someone has the answer. If you don't have anything nice to say or contribute to my question, please don't waste your time pecking on your keyboard to respond. You have been dismissed ✌
    10-25-2014 02:42 PM

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