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Microsoft releases Xbox Music apps for Android and iOS devices

Xbox Music finally arrives on Android and iOS, features free extended music streaming (NASDAQ:MSFT)

| Apps News | Posted: Sep 9, 2013 11:03 pm

Today, Microsoft announced that it has released the long-awaited Android and iOS apps for its Xbox Music service. Additionally, the company announced that the apps now feature extended free music streaming, which had previously been exclusive to Windows 8/RT. Much like Spotify, Rdio, and other streaming services, Xbox Music uses your device's Wi-Fi or data plan to stream songs of your choosing to your device.

 

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Unlike Spotify, unfortunately, Xbox Music for Mobile does not yet support off-line playback, but it does, however, come with six months of free streaming, and after those six months are up, users are limited to how much they can stream without purchasing a subscription. Additionally, this free streaming comes to the Xbox Music for the Web, which allows Windows 7 and Vista users to listen to music through the Xbox Music service.

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