Appearing soon after Zune’s end, we’ve been sent images of what Microsoft’s likely to offer in Xbox Music. Matching those early rumors, it looks like some cloud-linked features will make an appearance in the form of synchronized playlists, while the service will offer a free half-month trial alongside paid subscriptions. Prices are currently set at £8.99 ($15) for a month, while £89.90 ($146) will offer a year’s unlimited access to “millions” of tracks, to stream and download across Xbox, Windows, and Windows Phone. Read the full story at Engadget.
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