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Nokia Music Service: Nokia Bringing Music Fun to a Bigger Audience

Nokia Music Service: Do you remember when Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) released its “Nokia Music” service back in September of 2013? Unfortunately for the company, your answer may be no. Despite the fact that they have put a lot of resources into the service, it has yet to catch on.

Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NOK)One of the main reasons for the slow start is that until now, the Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) music service was only available on Windows Phone devices. The good thing is that the company has realized it needs to expand, and has done something about it.

According to a report by The Next Web, Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) has expanded beyond Windows Phone devices and the music service is now going to be available as an app on both Windows 8 and Windows RT devices.

If you want to learn more about Nokia Music, you can visit the official website for the service here.

Are you interested in giving this service a try? If so, you are the type of person Nokia is hoping to attract. That being said, you are going to have to complete a few steps to make this happen.

If you are going to the app on a Windows RT device, such as the MSFT Surface, for example, you will need a subscription to Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) Music +. For only $3.99 a month, you will have access to all the music you could ever want.

It is important to note that Nokia Music is different than other services in a few ways. Here is what the same The Next Web piece had to say about this:

“Type in the name of an artist, or multiple artists for that matter, and the Mix Radio feature does the rest. There’s also the Nokia Music MP3 Store, which offers over 17 million tracks for offline playback, similar to iTunes or the Google Play store. There’s also the option to import an existing library of tracks, for users who fancy just changing their default music player.”

What do you think about Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) expanding its offerings and making Nokia Music available to a larger audience? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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