Sony is rolling out its Music Unlimited for Android v1.2, and this update adds support for Tablets, including the new Sony S Tablet. The change comes mainly in the form of a new user interface that is optimized for that particular form factor, and the larger display is clearly better for creating playlists or for searching songs and albums.
If you are not familiar with Sony’s Music Unlimited service, it’s an online streaming service that lets users access 10M songs in an all-you-can-listen fashion via a subscription model ($4 to $10). Sony Music Unlimited users can also access the same service from their Android phones, PCs or PlayStation 3 game console with the same login.
The service, along with the PlayStation gaming on Android, is one of the very promising spots for Sony’s future, even if the competition is unforgiving in the mobile space. The Sony Music Unlimited app v1.2 should be available for download in the Androit Market.
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