Nokia Music+ premium music streaming service at $ 3.99/month launched
Nokia Music is one brilliant service which allows users of the Nokia Lumia and Nokia Asha smartphones to enjoy unlimited streaming and downloading of songs on their smartphones. The biggest advantage of the Nokia Music service is that it is free but there are few limitations which includes the limited skips and more.
And today Nokia has announced the launch of the Nokia Music+ which is a new paid service which will remove all the limitations that the Nokia Music service is currently available.
With the Nokia Music+ service, users will be able to skip unlimited songs, listen songs at a higher quality, approximately eight times higher than the one currently available on the free service, download unlimited songs, read the lyrics of the songs and more.
Features of the Nokia Music+ are detailed as below:
- Unlimited skips: Whether you like to skip from track to track, or just want extra control over what you hear, there’s no stopping you with Nokia Music+.
- Unlimited downloads: The free service currently allows you to download up to four Mixes (each of which contains hours of music) and play them without an Internet connection but the paid service goes on to removes this limit and you can download a massive supply of offline music.
- Higher quality: Nokia Music+ allows you to download music at eight times the existing quality. Also, you do not have to worry about higher data consumption as you can set rules to only download high quality when you’re on WiFi.
- Lyrics: Words to the songs you’re listening to, right on your Nokia Lumia can be viewed either in a scrolling list, Karaoke-style format, or a display you can scroll up and down which would make a lot of you happy for sure.
- Desktop access: The Nokia Music+ subscription also gives you access to the service without your phone. A web-app gives you the ability to play Mixes on your computer, smart TV or other connected screens which seems to be worth it.
The Nokia Music+ service will be available in the next few weeks and you can grab an access to it for €3.99/$3.99 per month. The pricing will differ and depend from region to region. We think that Nokia is charging a decent amount for a service which will let you download new songs legally, enjoy listening to to them on the go and that too in in HQ. What are your thought on the Nokia Music+?