Sony Music Unlimited, the all-you-can-hear music subscription service that represents Sony's answer to Spotify, MOG, Rhapsody and so on, added a crucial new feature to its Android app on Thursday: the ability to store music on an Android smartphone or tablet so that music fans can play it back without using a WiFi or…
In a shift in philosophy for Sony, VentureBeat is reporting that Sony's iTunes competitor, Music Unlimited, will finally makes its way to iOS devices. There'll be a Spotify-esque song caching option for subscribers and should add more choices in an increasingly crowded market. [VentureBeat]
It's not just the PSP which will benefit from an update bringing along the Music Unlimited streaming service—the NGP and Xperia Play will also see the Qriocity-powered service at a later date. The cloud-based streaming service is already available on the PS3 and Bravia TVs, and has six million songs to date. [Eurogamer
Sony's mumble-mouthed "Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity" has arrived in the US today, streaming all the music you can handle, whenever you want, wherever you want—as long as you don't want it on your smartphone. That seems poorly thought out!