PlayStation Music brings Sony and Spotify together
Who doesn’t love music? Music is a soul attraction towards rhythm and sound. Who doesn’t love the best home theatre system and good quality walkman? Sony is good in doing that. Well, good news for the music people around the world, Sony has teamed up with Spotify in creating the PlayStation Music. Launched in February in 41 different countries, the PlayStation Music will shack Spotify as their privileged partner, and Sony will replace their all time Sony’s Music Unlimited service with the PlayStation Music, a basic Spotify streaming service.
Sony’s Music Unlimited subscribers will get their last month of free subscribing beginning on February 28th but the services will soon be terminated on March 29th. The Music Unlimited service will be shutting down in all 19 countries, but most of them are included in the 41 countries where PlayStation Music will be featured.
The new PlayStation Music allows users to link their PlayStation IDs to Spotify to make it easier for PlayStaion users who loves music. The PlayStation Music feature will be available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and some Xperia smartphones and tablets. So now it’s a good time for users without a Spotify Premium account, because Spotify is offering a 60 days Premium free trial if sign up now.
This is a great way for replacing the Music Unlimited subscription, and let us know what do you think about the all new PlayStation Music and what do you think about Sony collaborating with Spotify and cancelling their Music Unlimited services.
Source: Android Authority