Sony Launches Its Cloud-based ‘Music Unlimited’ Service In Japan With 10 Million Songs Base

Posted on Jul 3 2012 - 7:07am by Editorial Staff

Yesterday, news surrounded that Sony Music to launch its own catalog for Japanese Apple users, dubbed as “Music Unlimited,” the company comes today with a full swing. The company today announced the launch of its cloud-based “Music Unlimited” music subscription service in Japan. Initially the “Music Unlimited” catalogue will offer over 10 million songs from major labels including EMI Music Japan, Sony Music Entertainment (Japan), Universal Music, Warner Music Japan as well as leading independent labels.

Furthermore, users can currently enjoy the service across Android smartphones including Xperia, Android tablets including “Sony Tablet” devices, Android Walkman, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, VAIO and other Windows personal computers and Mac. “Bringing the cloud music subscription service to Japan, which is one of the largest music markets in the world, is a key step in the expansion of ‘Music Unlimited,'” said Tim Schaaff, President of Sony Network Entertainment International.

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