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Xbox Music Service Hits iPhone Via New App

iPhone now supports Xbox Music

Sep 9 2013, 1:26pm CDT | by

Xbox Music Service Hits iPhone Via New App

Microsoft announced a couple significant changes to its Xbox Music service today including the fact that it is now available in app form for iPhone and iPad users. The application is available for iPhone and iPad users worldwide expanding the number of devices that can access Xbox Music.

One significant feature that's missing right now is in off-line mode for iOS users. However, Microsoft says that the off-line mode will be coming at a later date. Specifically, Microsoft says "in the coming months."

Along with announcing new application for Apple devices Microsoft also announced free streaming from any web browser. Microsoft also announced that web-based users will be able to create with playlists using a new feature that will be debuted in Windows 8.1.

 
 
 

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