Technological News Portal

Sony Launched Music Unlimited App For iPhone And iPod Touch

Sony has released an iOS app for its Music Unlimited streaming service. The app comes with two types of subscription of the Music Unlimited service – basic subscription and premium subscription. Basic subscribers can select any song from their created personal library. Premium subscribers of this service would get the freedom to choose any album or song from Sony’s collections. Sony is currently offering the premium plan free for 30 days.


Sony Music Unlimited iOS App, Image Credit: Apple

Music Unlimited was previously available for Android, Walkman PMPs, and PlayStation as well as Sony’s home theater products like Blu-ray players and TVs. With this new app it is now available to iPhone and iPod Touch users. But, iPad users may need to wait a bit more because Sony has not released an iPad version of the app yet.

The Music Unlimited service comes in two different plans. The basic plan is $3.99 per month and the premium plan is $9.99 per month. The basic plan has some limitations, e.g you can only select channels that you customize by liking and disliking tracks. On the other side, The premium plan has no limitations. You will have full access like, you can get instant on-demand playback of Sony’s entire music catalog as well as ability to customize playlists, and access to premium channels.

Music Unlimited Features

  • Stream as much as you want.
  • Enjoy ad-free Channels programmed in a wide range of genres, moods, eras, and more. No skip limits.
  • Listen to your personal collection of songs and playlists when matched via any PC using Music Sync.
  • Discover your next favorite song with Music Unlimited’s recommendations. Listen to your music from your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

The Music Unlimited app for iPhone and iPod Touch can be found at App Store.

Source: Theverge

[ttjad keyword=”iphone”]

You might also like
Why Not Join 250,000+ Readers, Like You!
AND GET OUR LATEST CONTENT IN YOUR INBOX

SUBSCRIBE 
Your information will never be shared
close-link