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XBox Music for Android and iOS Now Supports Offline Playback

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Jan 14, 2014, 1:27 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Microsoft has updated both the Android and iOS versions of its XBox Music application. The updates provide both apps with the ability to cache music locally for offline playback. The Android version also makes it easier to playback your entire music collection and to playback entire genres. The XBox Music app itself is free to download, but the service can incur a monthly fee.

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Jan 14, 2014, 1:55 PM

Anyone else like box music? This is a nice step i think.

I actually use this. On a lumia 920 and I've been able to download it all to my phone for a while now. I was honestly nervous subscribing to the service especially with all the others out there offering just about the same or close. I've bought a ton of music in iTunes so I was nervous doing microsofts but I actually really like it. This update must be a big jump for iphone and android users. I've been enjoying it for a while and being able to so easily get, download new music and play it offline is very nice among other things... Just curious what other people think about it??
Never used it. I have it on my PC... I just have other services I prefer using like Spotify x)
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