Sony will soon be releasing an application for Music Unlimited (Sony’s own Web music-streaming service) on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Sony has slowly rolled out applications to different platforms, but has mostly neglected to bring a respectable app to iOS until now.
Sony’s Music Unlimited will be a free app, but it will carry a cost for users who want to stream music via the web. The company currently offers two premium options for new users who want to enjoy full access to Sony’s extensive-music library collection of 15 millions songs:
- For $9.99 per month, it will allow users to create playlists and get offline playback, unlimited skips, no ads and much more.
- The Basic plan starts at $3.99 per month, allowing access to create customized channels and providing all-access to tune-in to multiple tracks without ads.
According to the folks over at 9to5Mac, the Sony Music Unlimited app is now available in the New Zealand App Store, but it hasn’t shown up in the United States App Store just yet.