Sony® Music Unlimited Available Now
Listen to unlimited music on your Android-based phone. Sony has announced that Music Unlimited app is now available for Android tablets.
After having been tweaked, the Music Unlimited app from Sony is now available for Android users. The service, which allows the user to access the cloud-based network, has been available for quite some time, but only worked with some compatible Android phones. The new Android v1.2 version is compatible with Sony tablets and other Android-based phones as well. It will come as a “native app” with Sony tablet and would be available for download in the Android marketplace for compatible Android phones. Tim Schaff, who is the president of Sony Network Entertainment, said, “The launch of the Music Unlimited service on Sony tablet marks one of our many significant steps to satisfying the mobile demands of our current consumers while opening up our cloud-based music service to completely new audiences."
Apart from Sony tablet and other Android-based phones, the new service would be accessible on several Sony devices, which are network enabled, like Sony Bravia HDTVs, Playstation, PSP, Blu-Ray disc players, and personal computers, including VAIO and Xperia. The service will allow the users to access a catalog of more than 10 million tracks and boasts of a new, upgraded interface. The service is available in nine countries for $4 per month for the basic subscription and $10 per month for the premium subscription.