Good news. You’ve probably noticed the cloud is getting more and more useful – and loveable! So if you love the cloud and
you love music, read this:
Sony’s “Music Unlimited” is a cloud-based digital music service that hosts a global catalog of millions and millions of licensed songs including all major US labels, leading independent labels, and major publishers worldwide. Originally launched in December 2010, the Music Unlimited service now reaches 17 countries and is available on a wide range of Sony and non-Sony connected devices. Music Unlimited can be a nice gift idea for yourself.
To give as a gift to someone else, for right now, just hold on a few weeks because Sony is still working on that. In a nutshell, Sony says it’s a cool and convenient service to hear your music whenever, wherever.
To learn more, visit any of the below:
Users who choose the Premium Service can search the entire database for any music, play it immediately, as well as create playlists. (See website for pricing details)
As of May 25, 2012, iPhone® and iPod touch® users can download the Music Unlimited app for free from the App Store™.
With the version 1.3 app for Android™, users can download playlists to their device and enjoy music even when a 3G or Wi-Fi connection isn’t available, or when they want to conserve battery life or curb data usage.
Subscribers can also access Music Unlimited via the Sony Tablet, Sony Xperia handsets, and 2010 and later connected Sony BRAVIA® HDTVs, Blu-ray Disc™ players, Blu-ray Disc Home Theatre Systems, as well as PlayStation®3 (PS3™), PSP® (PlayStation®Portable), etc. The convenient in-browser app
for Music Unlimited can be accessed using the following link: https://music.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com
If you still have questions, try MU’s Facebook page because the answers you need might already be there: https://www.facebook.com/sonyentertainment/app_172282416196421
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