Microsoft Releases Xbox Music App for iPhone [Update]

Posted September 9, 2013 at 3:08am by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 12412 views

Microsoft has finally released an Xbox Music App for the iPhone, bringing you ad-free music from a catalog of tens of millions of songs. The app does require an Xbox Music Pass, so users will need a subscription in order to use it. The app does require an active internet connection to use, however Microsoft claims a future update will allow for offline support

Xbox Music brings you all the music you love, every way you want it. Now you can access your Xbox Music Pass on your iPhone, Xbox, Windows 8 PC or tablet, and the web.

Xbox Music Pass on iPhone features:
•Stream ad-free music from a catalog of tens of millions of songs
•Add songs, albums, and playlists to your Xbox Music collection and access them from other devices
•Create playlists that sync across your phone, Xbox 360, PC, tablet, and the web
•Listen to music while using your iPhone
•Listen to artist-based radio stations
•Enjoy a rich visual experience for searching, viewing, and playing back music

Xbox Music Pass is the best way to enjoy your favorite music, and discover new songs, albums, and artists right from your iPhone.

Coming soon: download your music for listening offline

You can download Xbox Music from the App Store for free.

Update: Looks like the app is no longer available. Hopefully it will come back soon!

Update 2: The app is available on the App Store again...

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