April 9, 2011

Sony Arming PSP With Streaming Music

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Sony PSP Music Streaming
Starting next week, the pride of Sony portable gaming device, the PlayStation Portable (PSP), will have music streaming service.

Music streaming service called Music Unlimited is presented by Qriocity and allows users with accounts PSP PlayStation Network (PSN) to access the collection of millions of songs in the cloud-based online catalog.

As reported by Yahoo News, Sony will begin to activate the Music Unlimited service on 14 April. Sony claims, to access the songs, the user must connect the PSP device with wireless connection.

In addition, PSP users can also enjoy these streaming services on the computer or various other Sony devices including new models of Bravia TVs, Blu-ray player and PlayStation 3 consoles.

"PSP owners can also enjoy the synchronization of their music experience on the PS3 system or PC as well as other Sony devices that connect to the internet without having to transfer the music file," the company said in its release from Japan's.

Sony will charge subscription fees approximately $3,99 per month for basic service Music Unlimited, which offers ad-free streaming to customers.


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