Sony Music Unlimited Now Available for PS3, Android Devices and PCs

By: Gizbot Bureau

Sony Network Entertainment International recently announced that the company's Music Unlimited service now offers users the ability to listen to high quality audio through the service's PC (Windows(R) and Mac OS(R)), Sony Xperia(TM) and other Android(TM) smartphones and tablets, Sony Android Walkman(R), and PlayStation(R)3 (PS3(TM)) computer entertainment system applications. By turning on the high quality streaming option in Music Unlimited's settings menu, songs will playback in pristine 320 kbps AAC high fidelity audio.

There are a lot of other music services like Spotify and the improvement in music quality is sure to increase the number of users for Sony's service. The availability of the service for non Sony devices is an attractive offer made by Sony Music Unlimited.

Sony Music Unlimited Now Available for PS3, Android Devices and PCs

Reportedly, users can enjoy high quality audio experience through their PC machines running on Windows and Mac OS. The service is also made available for PlayStation3 (PS3) along with android powered smartphones and tablets. Apart from these platforms, there are options to use this service via Sony BRAVIA HDTVs making it more interesting.

There are some changes made to the settings menu of the Music Unlimited to include an option to enjoy improved sound quality. A high fidelity audio of 320kbps AAC can be enjoyed by making use of this option.

With the new settings, it is made clear that it is a cloud-based music service. Users can come across a catalogue which includes about 18 million songs via this service. The app which offers unlimited music service can be accessed right from the Google Play store. For first time users, there is an option for free trial for two weeks' time. As of now the service is offered at a monthly charge of $9.99 (Rs.550 approx). Those who wish to access this service can try it out here.

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