Sony’s music streaming service, Music Unlimited, is available on Android devices and the computer right now but has yet to make an appearance on Apple’s mobile operating system: iOS. Well, for those of you who do use the service and have been hoping for it to arrive on your iPhone – you’re in luck. According to reports online, Sony announced at a CES media gathering that the company will be bringing Music Unlimited over to iOS.
No exact date on when it’s going to happen but it’s going to happen sometime this quarter. For those of you unfamiliar with Sony Music Unlimited, it’s basically a music streaming service in the same vein as Spotify, and Rdio. However, Sony won’t be attempting to convert users of other services – instead, it will be targeting music listeners who have yet to adopt a cloud music service. I’m guessing a more user-friendly and accessible approach is in order here. Stay tuned for its official iOS arrival.
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