There might already been one too many music streaming services out there, but Beats Music believes that it can stand out from the crowd. The new service has been built by the popular premium audio products company, Beats, and it aims to make it easier for users to find the “right now for right now” through Beats Music. The app was initially released only for iOS and Android, with the company confirming that a Windows Phone launch was not far off. Today, the Beats Music Windows Phone app has finally been released.
At first the company had said that Beats Music will launch on Windows Phone come January 24th, though on the day of the launch, it said that there had been yet another delay and that the app would be released soon. Its finally here now, bringing its library of over 20 million songs to Windows Phone users. All users get a free seven day trial, after which they have to purchase a $9.99 per month subscription. Beats Music focuses on music discovery, “The Sentence” is a feature that lets users fill in blanks of a sentence and based on the input, relevant tracks are automatically lined up and played. Its an intriguing concept, so even if you don’t plan on subscribing, do take it for a seven day trial run if you enjoy music. Beats Music Windows Phone app is a free download from Windows Phone Store.