Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Nokia Music-Streaming Service Arrives In U.S. For Lumia Owners

Nokia Music, a streaming service formerly offering usually in Europe, is right away personification on U.S. shores for owners of Nokia's Lumia Windows Phone handsets.

The service, that is something similar to a mashup of Spotify and Pandora, is giveaway for owners of the Lumia 710, Lumia 900 and future Nokia Windows Phone handsets.

From inside of a Nokia Music app, existing in the Windows Phone Marketplace, Lumia users can attend to songs found on more than 150 playlists curated by musicians inclusive Lady Gaga, Lana Del Rey and Rihanna, and"an consultant group of US formed musicologists" hired by Nokia. "The playlists camber a far-reaching spectrum of low-pitched genres from subterraneous Detroit residence marks to New York Philharmonic favorites," Nokia mentioned in a matter .

If you're not in to listening to someone else's lineup of tunes, you can attend to anything found in Nokia's multimillion-song library, and the app will offer up a playlist formed on what you're listening to. You can save playlists to the phone for offline listening, and every strain found in the app, that launched abroad about a year ago, is existing for buy by Nokia's MP3 store. Additionally, the app's Gig Finder underline enables users to find out what musicians are personification nearby.

Unlike Spotify, Pandora, Rdio and other music streaming services, Nokia Music has no advertisements and requires no registration or subscription.

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