Thursday, February 28, 2013

Nokia Music Service is coming to Windows 8 and Windows RT

There is a good news for Nokia mobile phone users. The Finnish-based smartphone maker has announced at Mobile World Congress (MWC) that its Nokia Music service is now going to be available for Microsoft’s Windows 8 and Windows RT platform.
This music mix service was debuted for Windows Phone 7 and is pre-loaded in the company’s Lumia line of smartphones. It will be introduced in Windows 8 and Windows RT.
Even Nokia phone users will get this app in Microsoft’s official app store though it is not available yet. However, Nokia did not disclose the date when it will be coming to Windows 8 and Windows RT OS.
Users will not have to spend any single penny for downloading the app but they will have to pay U.S. $399 per month for subscription service. It has similarity with Nokia Music+ subscription service.
Music+ lets users skip the song and stream music at a much higher quality.