Android users can now enjoy Sony’s popular cloud music service Music Unlimited, powered by Qriocity too. It has been confirmed that the unlimited music service will be made available on smartphones running Android 2.1 to 2.3.3 and is available from the Android Market now.
The service comes with a 30-day free trial. After the trial period, the users can access it at the payment of $3.99 for the basic service and $9.99 per month for premium services.
The users would be provided with access to more than 7 million songs from various catalogs of music from the web. It can be synced to a PC, to one’s own library to Sony’s cloud servers with subsequent playback.
The service provides a new UI design, considered to be the most beautiful and cleanest one ever on Android.
Those who want to subscribe the service must posses a Qriocity account. Those who already have one can use the same. Sony is ramping up the security since the recent security attacks faced but them.
The unlimited music service was started in Europe in December 2010. It was launched in the US this year. Since it available now only for Android 2.1 to 2.3.3, as mentioned above, the tablets and Android 2.3.4 owners may have to stay disappointed.