It's a little behind schedule, but Sony's released an iOS app for its Music Unlimited service, expanding its range beyond Android and Sony's own Bravia and Playstation devices. The app itself is free, but you'll pay for the monthly service, as with any other streaming service. It does make me wonder — how important is multi-device streaming ability to you when choosing a streaming service to pay money for?
Sony Adds iOS To Music Unlimited
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