BBM Music is Research in Motion’s cloud-based service that allows for music discovery with users being able to create their own community-based music library. The service was recently launched in the U.K. and now more European countries are being added.

BlackBerry users in Italy and Spain can now download the new BBM Music app which has been updated to support the service in these countries. Users will be allowed to have a total of 50 tracks in their library, with the ability to switch 25 out every month. Your friends can throw in their music too (but no more than 140 friends) so that you will both discover new content and diversify your music collection. In the U.S., the service goes for $4.99; £4.99 in the U.K.; €4.99 in Italy and Spain.

Source: BlackBerry App World

Via: CrackBerry

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