As cloud based music services (allow you to upload, store and buy songs online and access them from different devices) getting popular more companies showing there interest in this business. Sony just released their Music Unlimited Android App which is powered by powered by Qriocity. There is Amazon cloud player and Google Music Beta already offering the service. While Amazon let’s it’s user to get first 5GB Free, Music Beta is currently Free for it’s user only in US with an invitation.
Latest Sony Music Unlimited require you either a basic, or a premium subscription. Sony’s Qriocity services will cost you for, and . The basic subscription for $3.99/month will give you access to your own music (which you are to sync to their servers from your own computer, Note: Copy protected content is not supported). With the premium subscription for $9.99 per month, Sony will give you access to their 7-million song library. Both plan also allow to have your own “personalized channels that adapt to your music tastes and your mood”.
If you are a new customer you are eligible to enjoy 30 days free with access to over 7 million songs. To try 30 Days Premium Plan for free, visit https://music.qriocity.com from your PC.Music Unlimited Android App was developed by Sony Network Entertainment
Package name: com.sony.snei.mu.apk
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