Nokia Music+ now live in Turkey, UAE, Australia, Mexico, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and Singapore

Quick heads-up, Nokia Music via Twitter reports that the Nokia Music+ premium music subscription service is now live in 17 countries, including latest launches in Turkey, UAE, Australia, Mexico, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and Singapore. This new paid music service will allow music lovers to enjoy more music with extra features like unlimited track skips, unlimited downloads, high quality music, lyrics and access to tracks on a desktop.

Nokia Music Plus US

Nokia Music+ Features:

  • Unlimited skips. Whether you like to skip from track to track, or just want extra control over what you hear. There’s no stopping you with Nokia Music+.
  • Unlimited downloads. The free service allows you to download up to four Mixes (each of which contains hours of music) and play them without an Internet connection. The paid service removes this limit – you can download a massive supply of offline music you can swap as you wish.
  • Higher quality. We were surprised by the high quality of streaming music from Nokia Music, even over a 2.5G connection. Nokia Music+ allows you to download music at eight times the existing quality. Plus, you can set rules to only download high quality when you’re on WiFi, for example.
  • Lyrics. Words to the songs you’re listening to, right on your Nokia Lumia. Either in a scrolling list, Karaoke-style format, or a display you can scroll up and down.
  • On your desktop. The Nokia Music+ subscription also gives you access to the service without your phone. A web-app gives you the ability to play Mixes on your computer, smart TV or other connected screens.

To get the upgrade you simply need to open Nokia Music and head to the Settings where you should find the Upgrade option waiting for you. Tap on the Upgrade icon and you’ll be taken through to the screen allowing you to subscribe right away, or hit the Try button for your free seven-day trial.

You can also access the service via web at music.nokia.com

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