You love the Music Unlimited service because you can access your music across multiple devices – from listening at home on your PS3, at work via the PC app, traveling with PS Vita or your Android tablet. But you’re an iPhone user and you want that all-access pass without bringing along another device.

Well, get ready: the Music Unlimited service app for iPhone and iPod touch is set for release to the Apple App Store this coming Friday, May 25, 2012!

The free app will let you access the Music Unlimited service’s cloud library of millions of songs and browse new releases, get recommendations, view top songs and more. Users of the Music Unlimited service will be able to access their entire library as well as playlists and Basic and Premium channels. You’ll find helpful recommendations throughout the app, both on the Home screen and in an artist’s Discography, which displays “More Like This” suggestions.

Installing the app is easy:

  • On Friday, launch the Apple App Store then type “Music Unlimited” in the search box.
  • Tap the “Install” button and provide your iTunes account password when prompted.
  • You’ll find the “MUnlimited” icon on your device’s home screen, and will see a progress bar as it loads and installs.

*Note: If you’re not a current subscriber to the Music Unlimited service you will need to sign up for an account online here or on your PlayStation before you’re able to access music through this new app.

4 Responses to “Introducing the Music Unlimited service for iPhone and iPod touch”


May 22, 2012

In Italy too?


May 22, 2012

Any chance for a Window Phone version of the software?


May 25, 2012

BlackBerry users left out in the cold again?

Rene Pedroso

May 25, 2012

There does not seem to be an offline option? If there is how do I access it. On my Xperia S I just select my menu option. How would I do it on iOS?

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