Xbox Music arrives tomorrow, no free service for Xbox 360 owners
Joe Anderson | 4 years ago
Xbox Music releases tomorrow alongside a dashboard update, although there will be no free, ad-supported service on Xbox 360.
The cloud powered music service launches tomorrow on Xbox 360 as part of a rolling update to Xbox Live. It launches with 30 million songs and you can listen to songs for free on a Windows 8-based tablet and PC, although not Xbox 360.
If you want access on your Xbox 360 then you'll need to pay 8.99 GBP a month, which will give you unlimited access wherever you are. Paying the subscription will also allow you to create playlists and artist-based radio stations as well as being able to use a Smart DJ to create playlists with unlimited skipping.
If you are planning to pay 8.99 GBP a month for access on Xbox 360, then you'll also have to be an Xbox LIVE Gold member, as the service is unavailable to non-subscribers.
The Xbox Live update is released tomorrow, including improved search, recommendations and pinning of games and videos and improved Voice Search with Kinect. Xbox Smartglass and Internet Explorer won't arrive tomorrow, but will soon.
Edited On 15 Oct, 2012
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