A new report on The Verge is claiming that Microsoft will offer a sneak peak at its Zune replacement during E3 2012.
Sources have told the site that the new music service, codenamed Woodstock, will offer cross-platform play, available to Windows 8, Android, and iOS through a browser. It’ll also be available to Xbox LIVE users via the dashboard.
Apparently the service won’t require any browser plugins and will also integrate deeply with Facebook, allowing friends to build group playlists and share tracks. There is also mention of a “scan and match” function to allow users to identify their existing music collection in the service.
The service is expected to launch alongside Windows 8 later this year.