By Anton D. Nagy | January 31, 2014 2:08 AM
On January 21, Beats Music was launched in the US, and, on the day of the announcement, an iOS (and a tad later, an Android) client was available to download for those who wanted to take the service for a spin. While a Windows Phone version of the app was not immediately ready for download, users were promised a client soon.
You can follow the source link below to download and install Beats Music on your Windows Phone. The service gives you access to more than 20 million songs which you can either stream or save to your device for offline listening. Beats Music also offers personalized music suggestions in addition to other service-specific features. Subscription should set you back $9.99 a month but you can check it our for free over the course of a week and decide whether this is something you want to subscribe to. If you’re an AT&T user, you can benefit of a special offer for an exclusive free trial up to 3 months.