In recent times, android has made a statement in the world of mobile and tablets, with many of the new mobiles and tablets released with latest versions of Android. Almost all the big tablet makers and smartphone manufacturers have connected themselves with Android to capture as much market as possible. If this is the case, how can Sony ignore Android? Now, Sony has decided to shake hands with android with their recent application launch on android platform through which music unlimited can be accessed to download and listen to unlimited music.


Music Unlimited is an online streaming store which was launched in December last year in US, Australia, New Zealand and Europe and allows users of Sony devices to stream more than seven million songs available in the store. But one thing it lacked was its access to mobiles and by launching its application for android mobile users, it overcame this deficiency.

Last week Sony announced that they will restore Qriocity music and its video sharing service all over the world except Japan because of shutting down the service due to its hacking and compromised personal data. This app launch will avail the service to users of android based smart phones, few Sony devices such as Playstation 3, Sony televisions connected through the internet and blue ray players.

This app will allow users to access music content from a large catalogue of seven million songs licensed from not only Sony Music but also labels such as Universal Music, EMI Music, Warner Music and many other independent labels. To access this music, monthly subscription fee starts from as low as $3.99.

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