Sony updates Music Unlimited app with offline support for tablets, new features for phones

Daniel Bader

July 19, 2012 8:16pm


Sony’s Music Unlimited app debuted earlier this year in Canada, and provides yet another way for netizens to stream full albums and curated radio stations for a monthly fee. The service competes with Rdio, Slacker Radio and Deezer, but Sony has a unique value proposition in being available for PS3, PS Vita, PC, Mac and smartphones.

Today’s Android update encompasses both the separate tablet app and phone apps. The former now has offline playback support, a feature that phone users received way back in March. For users of the phone version, members can now listen to the “My Channels” feature, which curates a radio station based on a single artist much like Pandora or Slacker.

You can check out Music Unlimited for Android phones and tablets for $3.99/$9.99 per month.

Source: Sony
Via: The Verge 

  • David

    lot of music, so not available for my Galaxy Nexus Jelly bean…