Sony closes and comes with its own music service variant based on Spotify




Sony stops with its music service Music Unlimited and comes in its place with PlayStation Music, a service Spotify as a basis. Users can bring Music Unlimited playlists to the new service, which works on Sony’s PlayStation consoles and smartphones.

PlayStation Music comes out this spring in 41 countries, but Sony is not known whether the Netherlands and Belgium there among them. It is unknown what Sony will ask for the service, which initially will only work on the PS4 and PS3 from Sony and the tablets and smartphones under the Xperia flag.

Music Unlimited, the music service that offers Sony currently stops by March 29th. The last month users who are already receiving pay the service for free, says the provider. Users of consoles may include turning the music while playing games, but other features makes the Japanese company later. Music Unlimited is available in 19 countries, PlayStation Music will operate in 41 countries. Nevertheless, there will be countries that do have Music Unlimited, but the new service has not yet given. Music Unlimited works in both the Netherlands and Belgium.

In addition, Sony has announced that the Google services Maps and YouTube will no longer work on the PS Vita. Sony removes the services of the handhelds with an update that will come in March. The manufacturer does not say why the services of the Vita should.


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