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16 de jun de 2011

O novo serviço de músicas na nuvem da Sony é animal, mas também não está disponível para o Brasil


A Sony anunciou o serviço de músicas baseados na nuvem, Music Unlimited, em setembro e já o havia disponibilizado para alguns produtos da empresa. Misturando rádio online e armazenamento na nuvem, a oferta da Sony parece até melhor que do Google, Apple, Amazon e Spotify. E o melhor: você pode usar qualquer celular Android para acessar via 3G ou Wi-Fi – e não só um Xperia, como poderia se esperar. A má notícia esperada: não funciona no Brasil.

O app já está disponível no Android Market dos Estados Unidos, França, Alemanha, Irlanda, Itália, Espanha, Reino Unido, Austrália e Nova Zelândia. O serviço é pago – U$4 por mês pelo pacote básico e U$10 pelo pacote premium – e dá acesso a uma biblioteca musical de mais de sete milhões de músicas das quatro maiores gravadoras Americanas.
Enquanto a briga lá fora entre os serviços de música na nuvem fica cada vez mais acirrada, com várias opções para os mais diversos dispositivos, preços competitivos e muito conteúdo, aqui o serviço ainda está longe de virar realidade.
“Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity™” App Now Available on Android Market
Listen to over seven million songs at anytime and anywhere
TOKYO, June 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Sony Corporation (“Sony”) announces the immediate availability of the “Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity™” App on Android Market in the U.S., France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, the U.K., Australia and New Zealand(i).
http://m.qriocity.com
(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110615/AQ20272)
The cloud-based, digital music service gives music lovers streaming access at anytime and anywhere(ii) to an ever expanding catalogue of currently over seven million licensed songs from major labels including Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group and EMI Music as well as leading independent labels and major publishers worldwide.
Users can now enjoy the service on Sony Ericsson’s Android-based mobile devices including Xperia™ arc, Xperia™ PLAY, Xperia™X10, Xperia™X8 and Xperia™ neo as well as Android-based third party devices(iii). Users can also continue to access the service on a wide variety of internet-connected Sony devices including 2010 and 2011 models of network-enabled BRAVIA® HDTVs, Blu-ray Disc™ players and Blu-ray Disc Home Theater systems as well as the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) and personal computers including VAIO®(iv) personal computers.
“‘Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity’ offers extensive breadth of content, easy music discovery and personalization through a synchronized music experience across a variety of compatible home entertainment and portable devices,” said Kazuo Hirai, Executive Deputy President, Sony Corporation. “‘Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity’ for Android is the next evolution of the service which enhances the value proposition for our customers.”
Powering the back-end of the service are Omnifone and Gracenote. Omnifone provided its award-winning platform services to develop and deliver the service across a range of device platforms as well as licensed the service with rights holders around the world to provide a global catalogue of over seven million tracks, while Gracenote’s music identification and discovery technologies and Global Media Database create a rich experience for subscribers, letting them enjoy their existing digital music collection and discover new artists and albums.

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