Sony Music Unlimited App for Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch Coming in Weeks
Following the likes of Microsoft and Google, Sony is the latest tech company to put an emphasis on delivering digital multimedia content by firstly bringing the Music Unlimited division of its SEN (Sony Entertainment Network) onto Apple’s iOS platform for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
The former Qriocity outgrew just music in 2011 and became SEN last year and recently integrated with Sony’s Playstation Network, rebranding it under the one name. The streaming music element is always a favourite and a Music Unlimited app already exists for Android gadgets allowing millions of songs to be played and shared across multiple Google gadgets, with ad-free channels and no individual song play limits through a paid subscription service. It’s understood that the same will become available for Apple owners for £9.99 per month for a premium service which allows unlimited streaming and full access to channels and a £3.99 basic service where subscribers can access playlists and a limited selection of channels.
Music Unlimited from Sony Entertainment Network is set to arrive on the Apple App Store within weeks, claims Sony, and this of course will put the service in direct competition with own Apple’s iTunes.