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Newest Windows Phone Beats Music Subscription Music Arrives This Week

As the competition for music subscription services continues to grow, the Windows Platform is becoming one that many companies are attracted to. The latest services, Beats Music, announced that on Friday the service will arrive on Windows Phones to please many music aficionados.

The arrival of the Beats Music for Windows Phone users makes it the latest music subscription for Microsoft’s Windows Phone, and again shows that developers are attracted to the Windows Phone platform. It goes against others including the Xbox Music Pass though among many others.

Beats Music Launches On Friday For Microsoft's Windows Phone

What Makes Beat Music For Windows Phone Awesome

What makes the Beats Music service for Windows Phone awesome is the breadth of services and functions it offers. It is much more than the current Xbox Music Pass, and gives curated music selections that have been hand selected by Beats staff, and harnesses the power of the Windows Phone platform, which is a great thing.

I’m a huge fan of Windows Phone needing more competition and the arrival of Beats Music truly delivers. It is available now for Android and iOS, but Windows Phone on Friday means it’s within a few days instead a few months. As it gives music lovers a curated and arranged list with special features, it makes music fans more eager to try it out.

Beats Ian C Rogers Confirms Beats Music Coming Friday For Windows Phone

Microsoft’s Path To Developers Grows

What this latest move by Beats Music shows is that the Windows Phone platform is one they want to build for. It wasn’t long ago that Windows Phone users had to wait months and months for similar apps to arrive, but now it is the same week. Microsoft is courting developers to build for Windows Phone and the global reach of the phone’s system shows with this move.

The possibility of a Lumia 1020 or 1520 with the Beats Music almost makes me want to drool. I’m a huge fan of the Beats platform, despite some negative criticism from the mainstream press. They get music, want to deliver a high quality product, and makes the Xbox Music Pass look weak comparatively to this system. Content may be the same on both services, but curated and desired lists of picked music for $10 per month will make it succeed.

I’ve tried Beats Music on my Android & iOS devices and love it. I can’t wait to load it up on my Lumia phones on Friday and jam out to the tunes, thanks to Microsoft.


Newest Windows Phone Beats Music Subscription Music Arrives This Week

As the competition for music subscription services continues to grow, the Windows Platform is becoming one that many companies are attracted to. The latest services, Beats Music, announced that on Friday the service will arrive on Windows Phones to please many music aficionados.


The arrival of the Beats Music for Windows Phone users makes it the latest music subscription for Microsoft’s Windows Phone, and again shows that developers are attracted to the Windows Phone platform. It goes against others including the Xbox Music Pass though among many others.

Beats Music Launches On Friday For Microsoft's Windows Phone

What Makes Beat Music For Windows Phone Awesome

What makes the Beats Music service for Windows Phone awesome is the breadth of services and functions it offers. It is much more than the current Xbox Music Pass, and gives curated music selections that have been hand selected by Beats staff, and harnesses the power of the Windows Phone platform, which is a great thing.

I’m a huge fan of Windows Phone needing more competition and the arrival of Beats Music truly delivers. It is available now for Android and iOS, but Windows Phone on Friday means it’s within a few days instead a few months. As it gives music lovers a curated and arranged list with special features, it makes music fans more eager to try it out.

Beats Ian C Rogers Confirms Beats Music Coming Friday For Windows Phone

Microsoft’s Path To Developers Grows

What this latest move by Beats Music shows is that the Windows Phone platform is one they want to build for. It wasn’t long ago that Windows Phone users had to wait months and months for similar apps to arrive, but now it is the same week. Microsoft is courting developers to build for Windows Phone and the global reach of the phone’s system shows with this move.

The possibility of a Lumia 1020 or 1520 with the Beats Music almost makes me want to drool. I’m a huge fan of the Beats platform, despite some negative criticism from the mainstream press. They get music, want to deliver a high quality product, and makes the Xbox Music Pass look weak comparatively to this system. Content may be the same on both services, but curated and desired lists of picked music for $10 per month will make it succeed.

I’ve tried Beats Music on my Android & iOS devices and love it. I can’t wait to load it up on my Lumia phones on Friday and jam out to the tunes, thanks to Microsoft.

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Published: Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014 Last Modified: January 22, 2014

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