Nokia Music Comes to Windows Tablets


Been enjoying Nokia Music on your Windows Phone handset? Picked up a Windows 8 tablet and wish you could be taking advantage of the same service while you’re working on a larger screen? You’re in luck, as Nokia Music is now available for Windows 8 and Windows RT systems.

If you’ve used Nokia Music before you should know what to expect here: recommendations, playlists, offline playback, and more. You can add your own locally-stored MP3s to the action, or even get custom mixes based on your favorite artists.

There’s support for Nokia Music+ if you subscribe, and you can link your tablet up to your home entertainment system through DLNA. Nokia may not have its own tablet just yet, but this sounds like a pretty solid offering for Nokia fans who might have picked up a Surface on the side. Check it out through the source link below.

Source: Windows Store
Via: WPCentral

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