Yet another cloud-based music service has been launched, and this time its by Sony.
Dubbed as Music Unlimited for Android phones, users are granted unlimited subscriptions and their own personal library. Created with the help of Qriocity, the app is available on the Android Market for free, with an online database of over 7 million tracks that can streamed via Wi-Fi and/or 3G. Users can also upload their own tracks onto the cloud and stream them from their wireless capable devices.
Subscriptions offered come in two plans, a Basic ad-free version ($3.99 or Php 240) and a Premium ($9.99 or Php 700) which offers playlist creations and access to personalized radio channels. For those that are wary to drop money right away, they can avail of a 30-day trial account.
For more information, visit Qriocity’s official web page.
Source: Qriocity – Music