While all the talk recently has been about Apple’s new iCloud service, we have news of the Qriocity Music Unlimited App for Android which has been released by Sony. The service is now available for all Android phones running Android 2.1 and above.
The cloud based music service will give users access to over seven million music tracks, and is available in the US, Australia, UK, Spain, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, France and Germany. Tracks from major music labels including Universal Music Group, EMI Music, Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, as well as leading independents is available.
Music Unlimited is available in two subscription packages with the Basic costing $3.99/£3.99, and the Premium coming in at $9.99/£9.99 per month. Both packages allow you to scan and match your existing music tracks from your PC to the service, so they can then be played back on your mobile device when required.
The Premium package allows users to search and play the entire music catalogue, as well as allowing for the creation of playlists that are synced to be accessible from all compatible devices. The application is free to download from the Android Market.
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