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Napster has officially announced the launch of its new music streaming service, Napster Unlimited plus Mobile, with more than 15 million tracks to be made available to iOS and Android touting mobile users.
The plus Mobile service, which includes all the computer access features of the home streaming offering, will allow iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android smartphone and tablet users to access their 100 most recently played tracks whilst offline. The Napster Unlimited plus Mobile app is now available for download in both Apple App Store and via the Android Market.
Subscriptions cost £10 a month and offer unlimited access to Napster’s catalogue of 15m tracks. A “home entertainment streaming-only subscription option” is also available for £5 a month, offering unlimited access on PC, web-enabled TVs and wireless home audio devices.
Napster VP of sales and marketing for Europe Thorsten Schliesche said, “Napster Unlimited plus Mobile is the culmination of listening to our members’ feedback and providing what they have asked us for.
“We are proud that Napster’s music catalogue of 15m tracks is one of the largest available and can now truly be accessed anywhere – complete with the tools to make it easy and fun to navigate such a large and diverse catalogue of continually expanding music.”