Music Unlimited lets you save files without downloading them.
Service has more than seven million songs.
Sony announced on Thursday (16) the launch in nine countries of Music Unlimited service, the Qriocity, a system for distributing music online for mobile phones with Google’s operating system, Android.
The new service, which has more than seven million music allows you to save files in the cloud, without having to download them. The service was already available for the Sony devices such as PlayStation and notebooks.The company announced that access to the Music Unlimited will be done through a mobile application that can be obtained from the Android Market store.
The service is available starting this Thursday in Spain, Australia, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand and the United States, and will soon be extended to other countries, but still no definite date, according to agency Japanese news “Kyodo.”