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Microsoft’s Xbox Music Released for iOS and Andriod

Microsoft’s Xbox Music launched in Windows 8, after one year anniversary Microsoft launched Xbox Music available on Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android. Xbox Music is Cloud based service; a user can play stored songs on cloud and ability to sync playlists between devices. Xbox Music offering six months of ad-free streaming with access music from web based music player between many devices.

 “Xbox Music now, more than ever, powers music experiences between Windows 8, Xbox, Windows Phone, and now iOS, Android and the Web,” Xbox General Manager Jerry Johnson said in a statement


Xbox Music will work on Smartphones, Tablets, PCs and TVs that means your favorite playlists will be available on various devices.  It’s now available only if you have internet access but soon to be release offline mode to iOS and Android. Microsoft’s Web based Xbox Music player by visiting http://music.xbox.com for web based music player to introduce free streaming on the web.

Xbox also announce “Radio will release to the Xbox Music web player later this year.”

Microsoft’s Xbox Music will be challenging to Apple and Google’s Andriod as Microsoft is one step ahead. Apple was plan to start radio service in iTunes in iOS 7 but Microsoft’s Xbox Music cloud–based service is more accessible as it gives personalize experience to user with favorite playlist on many devices.

About Kate McEnroe

Kate is a well known optimist New Yorker and experienced in digital as well as analog gadgets, she is the senior manager as well as senior writer of TND Media, who loves to write about Microsoft technologies, Laptops & PCs. All posts by Kate

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