Finally. As our European friends have been telling us for years, Spotify ($Free) is what the long-rumored iTunes subscription service was supposed to be. Boasting a catalog of 15 million songs, it lets you search for and listen to specific songs, artists, and entire albums (for up to 10 hours a month), after which you'll need to pony up $5 for the Premium service and unlimited computer-based listening or $10 for the Unlimited service, which gives you app access from your iPhone or Android device, the ability to download music for listening offline, enhanced sound quality, and much more. Sorry iTunes Match, but you're no match for this.

Thanks to our friends at Chevy, we've got 300 early access invites to Spotify. Get 'em while you can.

  • Bond Mixology App

    Few film characters drink as many — or as wide a variety — of drinks as James Bond. Now you can trace the secret agent's steps swigs with the Bond Mixology App ($2). This veritable encyclopedia of Bond-inspired booze tracks each drink Bond has during the film series, complete with recipes, scene times, and descriptions, making it a suitable smartphone assistant for any aspiring double "O". [Thanks, Jon]

  • Google Wallet

    We're already living in the future, so why is it we still need silly things like cash and credit cards? Google Wallet (Free) is aiming to get rid of those relics from a bygone era by connecting your credit card — Citi MasterCards or Google Prepaid cards only, to start — with your NFC-capable Android phone to let you pay at any PayPass-capable terminal, and also letting you take advantage of exclusive Google Offers to help you save money at the same time. Next up? The flying car.

    Our thanks to Gillette for sponsoring our mobile articles this month.

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