@samsabri Hey Sam, Windows Mobile not launching til Friday. Sorry!
— ian c rogers (@iancr) January 21, 2014
Beats Music app was launched today on iOS, Android platforms as announced earlier and their official app for Windows Phone devices is coming on Friday(Jan 24th). Beasts Music executive confirmed this via a Twitter reply. Similar to Xbox Music, Spotify and others, Beats Music is streaming service but it with more human touch. It is trying to combine the best music experts and technology to always deliver you the right music at the right time. You will have access to over 20 million songs, from every genre and you can either listen instantly or save to your device to listen to offline.
When you’re not sure what to play, lean on us. Here are just a few features that’ll make it easy for you:
JUST FOR YOU Your first stop for music that’s right for you. A mix of albums and playlists that have been handpicked by our music experts are always ready and waiting for you.
THE SENTENCE Make your mix. Change the sentence up to match how you’re feeling or what you’re doing and who you’re with.
HIGHLIGHTS Discover what’s happening in the world of music. Quick access to what’s worth checking out, even if it’s not on your radar.
FIND IT When you’re not quite sure what to listen to, reach for the perfect playlist here. Choose a genre, activity, or curator and we’ll do the rest.
SHARE Get a following by sharing your favorite tracks, albums and playlists with your friends on Beats Music, Facebook and Twitter.
There’s tons more waiting for you. Just open the app and hit play.
Beats Music is a subscription service for $9.99 a month with a free trial for 7 days. There is also a free trial up to 3 months for AT&T users. Make sure to check out the app when it releases later this week. While discussing about Beats Music, we should not forgot Nokia MixRadio which is also focusing on bringing best music experience to users. It has mixes put together by their team of global music experts – as well as by some of the world’s most popular stars like Rihanna, Lady Gaga and Above & Beyond. If Nokia Music goes into Microsoft as part of the acquisition, Xbox Music might have a huge advantage. What do you think?