It was being reported last week Xbox Music’s web-based version would launch this week, which we’re sure many of you who are planning weekend getaways for this July 4th weekend were excited to hear. It looks like that report turned out to be true as Microsoft has officially launched the web version of its Xbox Music service.
In order to access the web version of Xbox Music, you can do so by visiting music.xbox.com. Xbox Music Pass subscribers will instantly be given access to the service, while non-members can sign up for a 30-day trial to get a taste of Microsoft’s music-streaming service. Keep in mind if you sign up for the 30-day free trial, Microsoft will automatically upgrade your account to a paid subscription if it isn’t canceled before you free trial ends.
Xbox Music allows its users to sync the service across Windows, Windows Phone devices and Xbox 360 as changes you’ll make on the service on one platform will reflect across other platforms. As of now, Xbox Music isn’t available on iOS or Android, but considering Microsoft has published a number of its applications on those OSes, we wouldn’t doubt it if a version of Xbox Music makes its way to those platforms sooner or later.
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