Sony's Music Unlimited App released in Ireland

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Sony's Music Unlimited App released in Ireland
It's like walking on sunshine.
The “Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity” App from Sony is now available on the Android Market in Ireland. This cloud-based, digital music service gives music lovers streaming access at anytime and anywhere. The catalogue currently features over seven million songs from major labels such as Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group and EMI Music as well as leading independent labels and major publishers worldwide.

The service is available for Sony Ericsson’s Android-based mobile devices, and other internet-connected Sony devices including BRAVIA HDTVs, Blu-ray players and Blu-ray Disc Home Theater systems, as well as the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, PSP and personal computers including VAIO personal computers.

There are two monthly subscription plans available: the Basic costs €​3.99 per month, and allows players access to music across a variety of devices, music sync with existing files and playlists at any time and sets up a personalization service in which the device learns a users preferences. The Premium plan costs €​9.99. This allows users to create and edit playlists, gains access to premium channels and enables users to search and play the entire music catalogue for their territory without restrictions.

A 30-day free trial is available for the premium subscription plan. However, users must cancel their subscription prior to the end of the free trial or they will incur the premium fee.


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