A new Nokia Music+ subscription service has been launched for Lumia mobile phone owners, expanding on the features of the free Nokia Mix Radio.
The current offering allows users to access a huge catalogue of songs, and they can stream the tracks without any fees or adverts.
Intelligent software can even create playlists tailored to the listener's taste, and these can be accessed offline.
For just £3.99 per month, users will be able to take advantage of improved functionality and less restrictions on their listening.
Subscribers can skip between tracks as much as they like for ultimate control, and benefit from unlimited downloads for offline enjoyment.
The quality of the tracks will be far superior with the Music+ service too, even with a poor internet connection on-the-go.
Lumia owners can also access the service through a web-app, meaning they can play tracks through their computer or Smart TV.
Posted by Simon Thomas