Sony offers Music Unlimited app for Android

Emil

TS Rookie
Sony has released a "Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity" app on the Android Market in the US, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. You can…

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lawfer

TechSpot Paladin
Guest said:
But does it feature the latest advancements in identity theft?
Last time I checked, there was no reported identity theft from the Sony hack. But nice try at trying to be witty, though.

Anyway, I read the whole article, and I didn't see the word "price," or "subscription." Is this thing free of charge? A la Grooveshark?


EDIT: Just clicked the previous 2010 article; a little more of background information, specifically regarding the price, would have been nice...
 

Mizzou

TS Enthusiast
Looks like it's $3.99 for the basic plan and $9.99 for the premium service. It's not exactly clear what's really in the basic plan so I'd assume most would want the functionality of the premium plan. Not really that bad if you listen to a lot of music.