Sony Music Unlimited app now available for your Apple iPhone, unless you live in the States

Sony Music Unlimited app now available for your Apple iPhone, unless you live in the States
Back in January, word came leaking out that Sony would be launching its streaming music service to iOS in the first quarter. Well, the quarter came and went without Sony Music Unlimited  being released for Apple's mobile OS. The delay wasn't too long as Sony has now released the client for the App Store. Unfortunately, the app is not in the U.S. App Store yet although it is expected there soon. Currently, the app can be downloaded in countries like Canada and New Zealand. The service itself can be found in 14 countries around the globe including Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, and the UK. Android users already have access to the service as do those with Sony Blu-ray players and PlayStation 3.

While the app is free, after a 30 day free trial, Sony wants you to reach into your pockets.There is a $3.99 a month deal which gives you core channels and your own personal music library. If you would rather have on-demand capabilities, that will cost you $9.99 a month. But the latter also gives you the ability to listen to tunes offline, create playlists and listen to premium channels. While Sony does not yet offer a version of the app for the Apple iPad, one is expected to come, hopefully more sooner than later.

source: iPadnn via SlashGear


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