Microsoft Corp.’s all-in-one music service, Xbox Music, will come to iOS and Android devices, as well as free streaming on Xbox Music via the Web. It was announced today by the company.
People today use PCs, laptops, tablets, phones and TVs to access different music services that don’t connect with one another, says Microsoft.
Xbox Music, it says, is designed to solve this common problem by combining the best of all music offerings with free streaming on the Web and on Windows 8 PCs and tablets, Internet radio, subscription (called Xbox Music Pass), and download-to-own options.
“Xbox Music now, more than ever, powers music experiences between Windows 8, Xbox, Windows Phone, and now iOS, Android and the Web,” said Jerry Johnson, general manager of Xbox Music. “We’re also excited to connect artists with their fans on the most anticipated consumer product of the year when Xbox One launches Nov. 22.”
Now, access to Xbox Music grows to include iOS and Android devices, as well as a free Web-based interface on computers.
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