Microsoft’s streaming service for music, our site Music is now made available for both Android and iOS.
Microsoft’s music service our site Music has now been made available to a wider audience, with apps for Android and iPhone.
The music service has more than 30 million music tracks and these can now be streamed via Windows, Mac, Windows Phone, Android, iPhone, and Web browser.
Microsoft says that service is available for iOS, but until now it’s only possible to find an iPhone app in the App Store, while an iPad-app is not yet to be found.
In order to use the service, it is necessary to have a our site Music Pass, which costs 99 kroner per month or 990 dollars for 12 months.
In order to promote their product, giving Microsoft right now 30-day free trial.
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