Sony Network Entertainment International announced that Music Unlimited, the company's cloud-based digital music subscription service, is now live in Brazil.
According to a release, the Music Unlimited service offers on- demand access to a global catalog of over 20 million licensed tracks from all major and many leading independent labels across an array of devices including PlayStation3 computer entertainment systems, PlayStationVita portable entertainment systems, Android smartphones and tablets, iPhone, PCs, and many more.
"For about the price of an album per month, our Brazilian customers can now instantly access tens of millions of songs on their mobile devices like Xperia smartphones and home entertainment hardware like PS3," said Michael Aragon, Vice President and General Manager of Global Digital Video and Music Services at Sony Network Entertainment International. "The Music Unlimited service delivers a completely new way to experience music by encouraging discovery and making sure that you always have access to your music whether you're online or offline."
The Music Unlimited service allows customers to enjoy a unified digital music experience across multiple devices in the home and on the go. Whether customers enjoy music from their personal playlists, channels based on their favorite artists, or pre-programmed channels based on era or genre, the Music Unlimited service follows them to any destination without the hassle of syncing or signing into multiple accounts.
With the addition of Brazil, the Music Unlimited service is now available in 19 countries including (in order of launch): United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, United States, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Canada, Belgium, Netherlands, Japan, and Mexico.
The Music Unlimited service is a cloud-based digital music service.
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