Sony Music Unlimited app updated for mobiles and tablets

by XB on 20th July 2012

in Applications


Any Music Unlimited users out there? Sony’s music streaming service has seen both its smartphone and tablet apps updated to bring some neat new features. The tablet app has been upgraded to v1.4 which brings offline playback. To enable this, simply go to My Library > Playlists, tap the options button for the playlist you want to have available offline and then select “Available Offline”.

The mobile app has also been updated to v1.4 which brings a 30-second preview mode, even if you do not have a Music Unlimited subscription, as well as the ability to move APK to SD card. Another new feature is the ability to create artist-based internet radio stations. This feature automatically populates a station with tracks related to a selected artist. Both apps are available in the Google Play Store now [Mobile, Tablet].

  •  very cool app

  • boosook

    I’m a music unlimited user… they should just make the app sleek and fast. It takes almost a whole minute to start up on a phone that has 1GHZ processor… to me, there’s something wrong. And the user interface is generally too slow.

  • Jan

    In Poland this app is unaviaible, when I was in UK, i installed it for a while, but without payment it was useless. Maybe in future Sony will launch all SEN services in Poland…

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