Nokia has released a new app for Windows 8 that showcases its music services. Nokia Music, a Pandora-esque service that mixes playlists based on songs of similar type, was released today for the Windows Store. Available as a part of Nokia's 3.99 Music+ subscription plan, the app allows for offline downloading of playlists and a seven day trial. Somewhat what ironically, the app looks like a visual improvement over Microsoft's own Xbox Music app. Still, it's a testament to Nokia's commendable drive to create an ecosystem worth coveting.
SOURCE: The Verge