Sony Music Unlimited iPhone app joins the mobile streaming music space

Sections: Communications, Mobile, Online Music/Video, Web

submit to reddit

There’s a new app in mobile streaming music game and it happens to be from Sony Music. The app called Music Limited is available now as a free download from the App Store. It does one thing – lets you stream music to your iPhone or iPod Touch. Right now, you have two options to listen to streaming music. Either you go for the Basic subscription which will give you the option to choose from any song in your personal library matched from your PC using Music Sync as well as full access to the app’s Basic Channels. Or you might want to stretch your budget further an get into the Premium subscription. With this you can choose any album or song from the Music Unlimited catalog as well as full access to wide range of Music Unlimited channels. Of course, it goes without saying that you’ll be enjoying all these minus the ads song skip limits. And to celebrate the release of the Music Unlimited app, Sony Music is giving you a chance to try the Premium Plan – free of charge for 30 days. After that you’ll have to decide whether to continue with subscription and pay the corresponding subscription fees which will also let you play any song on demand, add any song or album from the catalog to your personal library, add to and edit playlists, browse Premium Channels and listen to new releases added weekly.

Via [App Store link]

Print Friendly