Nokia Music has been available for Windows Phone in the US since September, but the company is making the move to Windows 8 and Windows RT shortly. As part of a Nokia Music+ offering, the Finnish company is launching a native version of its Music app specifically designed for Windows 8 tablets. It’s not in the Windows Store just yet, but we got an early look at the app at Mobile World Congress today.
Unlike Spotify, Nokia Music does not let you select tracks individually, opting for a Pandora-like service that creates playlists based on your favorite artists. The Windows 8 version lets you search for an artist or create a playlist based on three different artists. There are options to view lyrics alongside the song, and Nokia lets subscribers download offline playlists. Unfortunately, the application won’t be available for free. You’ll have to subscribe to the Nokia Music+ service, at…
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