> Sony’s Cloud-Based Qriocity Music Service Debuts In France, Germany, Italy And Spain
Sony’s Cloud-Based Qriocity Music Service Debuts In France, Germany, Italy And Spain
Sony has just announced that Qriocity, the strangely named cloud-based digital music service it aims to rival Apple’s iTunes with, is now immediately available in France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
The service, which is apparently called â€œMusic Unlimited powered by Qriocityâ€ in full, made its debut in the UK and Ireland in December 2010, and provides users with access to a catalogue of millions of songs from labels like – surprise – Sony Music, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group and EMI Music as well as several independent labels and publishers.
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