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Microsoft Launches New Xbox Music Streaming iOS Application

Microsoft has published a new music streaming application in the App Store. Called Xbox Music, the new app and service allows iDevice owners to stream music to an iPhone or iPod touch, and to sync songs, albums, and playlists with other Xbox Music-compatible devices (such as an Xbox 360 console). Available to download free of charge, the iPhone application requires an Xbox Music Pass in order to stream tracks. These are available to enable for free, but users will be limited to 10 hours of music streaming per month after the first six months of use. For serious users, paid passes can be linked with Xbox Music, though at the moment my iPhone 5 is actually having trouble signing in to the service. [caption id="attachment_459458" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Facepalm.[/caption] As outlined in the app's release notes, features include:
  • Stream ad-free music from a catalogue of tens of millions of songs
  • Add songs, albums, and playlists to your Xbox Music collection and access them from other devices
  • Create playlists that sync across your phone, Xbox 360, PC, tablet, and the web
  • Listen to music while using your iPhone
  • Listen to artist-based radio stations
  • Enjoy a rich visual experience for searching, viewing , and playing back music
Xbox Music can be downloaded in the App Store free of charge, and is optimized for the iPhone and iPod touch. Check out the new application now, or for more of today's news, see: Amazon Publishes Essential iOS 7 Update For Kindle iOS App UsersIt's Official: Apple's iPhone 5 Has Been Jailbroken Under iOS 6.1.4, and The Final Season Of "Breaking Bad" Results In Class-Action Lawsuit Against Apple. [gallery]
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