Xbox Music Now Up for Download on Android, Supports Web Streaming

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  • 09 Sep 2013
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  • If you’ve been jealous of Windows Phone and Windows 8 owners for playing with Xbox Music, well starting today you’re getting this service on iOS and Android as well. Microsoft made the announcement today and the app and service are available right now.


    With Xbox Music, Microsoft is offering a rival for Spotify and Pandora, especially since the app allows you to stream music for free. The app is available for free, but it requires an Xbox Music Pass to use it. The application allows you to stream ad-free music from an impressive catalog of tens of millions of tunes.

    You can add songs, albums and playlists to your Xbox Music collection and access them from your tablet, phone or PC with ease. You can also sync your playlists across other devices and the visually rich experience will accompany you while listening to music. You can download the app from here for free and I still can’t believe free music is so easy to access.

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