The Nokia Music app for Windows 8 offers streaming radio functionality and also allows users to create mixes by choosing up to three artists that they like.
Nokia has released a new app for Windows 8 and Windows RT devices which focuses on music. This new app is named Nokia Music and it happen to be the first app from the company for Windows 8 and Windows RT.
If you are a Nokia’s Windows Phone based Lumia user, then you must already be knowing about Nokia Music that is available for Windows Phones. Now the company has released the full size tablet and desktop version of this app.
This app is already live, and consumers who are interested in giving it a try can go check it out. The app offers to stream radio functionality, and also allows users to create mixes by choosing up to three artists that they like. There is an option of even skipping songs in the playlist that you are not interested in listening.
Another added advantage of Nokia Music is that you can download playlists that are automatically-generated depending upon your preferences in order to use them offline. The app can also be used to play files that are locally stored on your device and the app will also generate recommendations based on your collection. The app also features artist info pages with biographies, tweets, tour dates, and galleries.
You can go start using the service right away by paying a monthly fee of $3.99. You will need this Nokia Music + subscription to be able to use the app. But if you want to try before you buy, then there is a 7 day trial included in the package which will allow you to use the app for 7 days, after which the clips will be limited to 30 seconds. You will have to buy the subscription after that if you want to continue enjoying the full benefits of the service.
So do check out this new app for Windows 8 tablets and desktop computers and let us know if you like it or not, also do let us know if you would like to have something new and extra in the app to make it even better.