Like there aren’t enough contenders in this space any way, earlier today Beats Music finally went live, a new music streaming developed by the company that’s quite popular for its high-end audio products. The company had promised that Beats Music apps will be released on multiple mobile platforms, though initially it has only released apps for Android and iOS. It certainly makes sense, given the fact that these are the two most popular mobile platforms in the world. People using Windows Phone need to worry, they won’t have to wait for long. Beats CEO Ian Rogers has confirmed via Twitter that Beats Music for Windows Phone is going to be launched this Friday, January 24th.
Beats has been working on its new music streaming service for over two years, it announced earlier this month that the service will finally go live on January 21st. The service is focused on music discovery, the aim is to let users find “the right song for right now.” Subscription costs $9.99 per month, which gives users access to more than 20 million songs and a host of discovery options in the application. AT&T subscribers have an added advantage, up to five people and ten devices can receive a subscription for Beats Music for just $14.99 per month.
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