Xbox Music Gets a Huge Design Overhaul, Plus New iOS and Android Apps

When it launched last year, Xbox Music was trapped in a Microsoft-only ghetto. Starting today, Xbox Music will expand its reach to hundreds of millions of mobile users with Android and iOS apps. And that's just a piece of the update it's getting leading up to the new app for Xbox One. Here's what to expect from the service on your computer, your phone, and the new console. Read More >>

You Can Get Xbox Music In Your Browser Now

We've been keen on Xbox Music, but the fact that it's been locked down to Windows 8 devices has been a bit of a drag. No more! Xbox Music now has a home on the web, complete with 30-day free trial. Read More >>

Report: Xbox Music Will Leave Its Windows 8 Prison and Hit the Web

You see, we were very fond of Xbox Music when it launched last year, but no matter how good it is, there's no reason to sign on to it unless you have a bunch of Windows 8 devices. Spotify and the rest of the streaming music ilk work no matter what ecosystem you're on, so why choose something limited. A web-based version is basically a welcome mat to cross-platform users. Read More >>

Xbox Music Hands On: The Perfect Music Service -- If You Use Nothing But Microsoft Stuff

We've known that Microsoft has been working on a music service for a while now, and we finally got a chance to check it out first hand. Xbox Music is exactly what you'd want in a streaming service and store. It's complete in a way that Spotify, Amazon, and even iTunes aren't. Microsoft's new music platform is wonderful, basically. Read More >>


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