By Anton D. Nagy | June 15, 2011 5:28 AM
Sony has just released the Music Unlimited application for Android smartphones, the client for the Qriocity-powered streaming service plus online syncing.
Music streaming and cloud sync seem to be the leading trends these days and, while offering a 30-day Premium plan for free in case of new customers, the offering will cost a montly $3.99 for basic access and $9.99 for premium (check out the table below for the difference between the two packages).
With the app you can create your own personalized channels, sync your songs on a PC and access from your phone, discover artist history and affinity artists through the Related page, access your music using Android Home Widget Player and more, given you’ve got an account and the service is available in your area/country.
Source: Android Market