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Android app to flag tracks you want to play later?

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Android app to flag tracks you want to play later?
Heya,

I listen to tracks whilst on the move. Would be great to have an app where I can flag a tracks that I want to play later in a mix. Is there such a thing out there?

Possibly a stupid question but appreciate a nudge in the right direction

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last.fm maybe? Every track is logged, and you can 'heart' tracks you want to come back to.
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^^ Thanks, i checked it out but don't see how it would work. I meant flagging my own files. For example, after a beatport shop.
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imho the best android app i've seen is cross DJ pro. its created by Mixvibes - the same guys who built Rekordbox. it does key analysis, sync, effects, records your mixes and, yes, retains a history of tracks you've played. I use it on the train on the way to work on a cheap 7inch tablet I picked up at JB-hifi for $99 bucks. It will work on most android phones, but i highly recommend for use on one that has a larger screen to get the full benefit.
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Cool app thanks. Can see how this may work using the add to playlist function. Might also have a mix on the train this arvo
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