Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Sony's Music Unlimited comes to Japan

The Next Web announces Sony's launch of Music Unlimited in its home market:

Sony has announced the introduction of its Music Unlimited service in Japan, bringing more than 10 million songs which can be listened to across a range of devices through the cloud-based service.
Blimey. Wonder if they'll ever bring that to the UK?
With today’s unveiling, Japan becomes the seventeenth market were Music Unlimited is live, and it marks the end of a long wait for Sony fans in the company’s native country. The Spotify-rivalling service first launched in the UK and Ireland in December 2010, some 18 months ago.
Really? You'd have to say that there's a service that could benefit from a bit more promotion.