Today Spotify Takes Its Place of Sony Music Unlimited

Posted by at 10:54 am on March 30, 2015

Sony today followed through on an announcement made in January concerning Sony Music Unlimited and Spotify. Sony Music Unlimited has gone offline in all 19 countries where it was offered.

The service, which cost $10 per month, let Xperia device and PlayStation owners stream songs and playlists. Sony partnered with Spotify, which is officially taking Music Unlimited’s place across Sony’s devices. Spotify gives Sony hardware owners access to 30 million songs and 1.5 billion playlists.

PlayStation owners will be able to create and listen to playlists when playing games, as well as listen to music on-demand whenever they wish. Spotify replaces Sony’s Music Unlimited service on Xperia smartphones and tablets, too, but it isn’t yet available. Sony said it should be ready for mobile devices soon.

Spotify is already available to Android and iOS devices from the Google Play Store and iTunes App Store, respectively.

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