It seems that the Xbox Music subscription music streaming service will be expanded to work on rival mobile platforms – namely iOS and Android, where it will also feature a free Web player that will obviously cost you nary a single cent because it will be ad supported. Microsoft hopes to further expand the reach of their Xbox Music streaming service through the launch of corresponding apps via the iOS and Android mobile operating systems.
In the past, Xbox Music was only available only to users of devices that ran on the Windows platform, but it seems that the service would now enable users of both Android and iOS devices to be able to subscribe, where in turn they would receive unlimited access to their preferred music via the Xbox Music Pass. This Xbox Music Pass will retail for $9.99 per month, or $99.99 per year, depending on the length that suits you better. The Web player, as mentioned earlier, will be on an ad-supported basis, or you can take the ad-free route by forking out a little bit of dough. Users of the free Web service will be able to enjoy on-demand access to 30 million songs, now how about that for variety, eh?
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