Today we’re excited to announce the expansion of the Music Unlimited service to Brazil!
Now music lovers in 19 countries across the world have on-demand access to an ever-expanding global catalog of over 20 million licensed tracks from all major and many leading independent labels. Whether you want to listen to your favorite tunes at home or on the go, the Music Unlimited service gives you access across multiple devices, including PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Android smartphones and tablets, iPhone, PCs, and many more. You can enjoy the Music Unlimited service’s customizable playlists, premium channels and other great features.
Find additional information about the Music Unlimited service, including a complete list of compatible devices, here.
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You’ve enjoyed free movies and TV shows on your Crackle app on the PlayStation3 and now there’s another way to find them. Introducing Crackle in the PlayStation Store!
The PlayStation Store has been your one stop shop for games, movies, TV shows, add-ons, themes and more, and now it brings you amazing free content. Starting today on your PlayStation3 system, you can discover all the amazing content Crackle has to offer right inside the PlayStation Store. With the convenience of Crackle now directly inside the PlayStation Store, you’ll be able to discover more movies, TV shows, and exclusive original series all for free. And while you are enjoying the free content, don’t forget to check out the latest Hollywood blockbusters, often available weeks before DVD and Blu-ray, the latest TV shows, often available the day after they air, and other bonus features and exclusive content inside the store.
Here’s how you’ll find new amazing free movies and TV shows:
Log on to the PlayStation Store on your PlayStation3 device.
Scroll down to the Movies section and/or TV Shows section.
Scroll down to Crackle and enjoy!
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Great news – the Music Unlimited service’s Android application version 1.6.2 is now live and ready for users to download! The update brings back High Quality Audio to your Android smartphone and tablet apps including the new Xperia Z devices.
The update gives the option of selecting High Quality Audio streaming in the app’s settings menu, allowing playback of music in 320 kbps AAC high fidelity audio on Android devices. HQ Audio is also accessible on the Music Unlimited service’s web, PlayStation 3, and Sony Android Walkman apps that we’re updated earlier this year.
We again would like to apologize for any inconvenience that resulted from our previous issues with the v1.6.0 and v1.6.1 Android updates. We hope you’ll enjoy High Quality Audio playback!
The Music Unlimited service continues to reach new audiences and today, we’re happy to welcome users in Mexico!
The Music Unlimited service is now available in 18 countries, delivering access to a global catalog of over 18 million songs. Through the Access and Premium tiers of service, listeners can enjoy all their favorite music from web, PlayStation3 and BRAVIA TVs and Sony Blu-ray Disc devices, or on-the-go via apps for iPhone/iPod touch, PS Vita and Android devices.
The Music Unlimited service allows subscribers to create personal playlists, enjoy access to premium channels and more without the hassle of syncing or signing in to multiple accounts.
You can find out more about the Music Unlimited service and find a complete list of compatible devices here.
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Hello everyone. First and most importantly, we’d like to extend our sincere apologies for the recent issues surrounding the Music Unlimited service’s Android smartphone and tablet application. We’re working as fast as we can to fix the app.
During our most recent version 1.6 and 1.6.1 updates providing access to High Quality Audio, a bug was discovered that caused some users to receive a “cannot connect to the server” message. We’ve been working to develop a fix, but the process is taking longer than we anticipated. At this point, we have rolled the Android application version back to 1.5.3 to restore service for those having issues.
If you are having a problem, please update the Music Unlimited Android application when you are prompted. If you are not prompted, please visit Google Play, download and install the app. Unfortunately, with this update, your Android device will not be able to access High Quality Audio that was part of the version 1.6 and 1.6.1 updates. The High Quality Audio feature will be restored when we can correct the bug and issue an update.
Meanwhile, High Quality Audio can still be accessed from the Music Unlimited service’s PC application and the PS3.
Again, we would like to offer our deepest apologies and will update you as soon as a fix has been issued. Thanks for your patience!
Each week we run down the latest new music releases to the Music Unlimited service. Now those new new releases, as well as just about everything else you listen to, will be available in higher quality.
By selecting the new high quality streaming option in Music Unlimited’s settings, listeners will be able to enjoy playback in 320 kbps AAC high fidelity audio on the web or through apps on PlayStation®3, Android smartphones and tablets, and Sony Android Walkman.
Learn more about the Music Unlimited service here.
We’re excited to announce today’s launch of the new Sony Entertainment Network online store allowing you to browse and buy PlayStation Network games, add-ons, movies, TV shows, and more for PlayStation3, PSP, PlayStation Vita, and Sony Android devices from any PC over the web.
The new Sony Entertainment Network online store makes it easier and more convenient to find all the movies, games, TV shows you’re looking for, as well as discover new digital content. The online store, which launched in Europe last winter, is now live in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Brazil..
Many of you have been asking for it, so we’re happy to announce that you can now add funds to your Sony Entertainment Network wallet by using PayPal.
Your wallet can be used to purchase games from PlayStation Store, movies and TV episodes from the Video Unlimited service, subscriptions to the Music Unlimited service, and more.
Adding funds to your wallet through PayPal is easy. Just sign into your Sony Entertainment Network account, select “Add Funds” then “PayPal” and transfer any amount from $5 to $150 to your wallet. You can also add funds to your wallet from PayPal on your Android device via the Music Unlimited, Video Unlimited or PS Mobile applications. First, select “Account” and “Wallet,” then “Add Funds to Wallet” and the “PayPal” option.
Now that it’s easier to fund your wallet, what game, movie or TV show are you going to buy first? Let us know!
Beginning tomorrow we’re happy to offer a great way to enjoy the Music Unlimited service all year long.
For a limited time the new Premium One-Year Subscription is available at the low price of $59.99. That’s a savings of $60 from the current monthly price! Even better? If you’re a PlayStation Plus member you can get a one-year subscription for just $12. That works out to just $1 month.
The Premium One-Year Subscription gives you access to the millions of streaming songs in the Music Unlimited service’s catalog year round, making it the perfect choice for all your parties, creating your own weekend soundtrack or anything else.
With the Music Unlimited service available on so many devices – iPhone/iPod Touch, PlayStation3, PlayStation Vita, Android phones and on the web – it means the music doesn’t have to stop flowing whether you’re at home or on the go.
Memberships for PlayStation Plus and the Music Unlimited service can be purchased through the PlayStation Store on the PlayStation 3 system. Users can also subscribe and find out more about the Music Unlimited service here.