Vita Users Can Access Unlimited Music
- Access on millions of PCs or smartphones
- 15 million songs
- Cache playlists
Sony’s portable gaming console, the Vita, can now get the company’s Music Unlimited service which has a global library of 15 million licensed songs.
Users can cache playlists and channels letting them listen to music even when a 3G or wifi connection isn’t available, or when they want to conserve battery life or curb data usage. Additionally, the device’s vibrant five-inch, high definition OLED touch screen makes it easy to navigate menus and search for music with the tap or swipe of a finger.
Arriving in December 2010, the Music Unlimited service allows users to access the service on millions of other connected devices including any PC, many Android mobile devices including Sony Tablet, and Sony Xperia handsets, as well as 2010, 2011, 2012, and future models of Sony Bravia HDTVs, Blu-ray Disc players, Blu-ray Disc Home Theatre Systems, as well as PlayStation3, PSP and Sony Walkman.
A feature of Music Unlimited plans is “My Channels,” which is designed to give users control by building custom radio stations based on their favourite artists. ype in the name of the artist and a new station is populated with songs from that artist and others similar in style.
Basic $4.99 a month
Premium $12.99 a month