Microsoft’s Xbox Music service is now available for users on the web as of Monday.
Subscribers of the Xbox Music Pass service can now stream or download music on their desktop or laptop using a normal web browser, in addition to Windows 8 and RT tablets, Windows Phones and the Xbox 360.
Similar to competitor services like Spotify or Rhapsody, Xbox Music Pass has a large digital catalog for streaming and 18 million songs for purchase. Subscribers can download songs for offline use and sync their music collection and playlists across devices. Xbox Music Pass’ Pandora-like SmartDJ radio feature lets users create custom, artist-based stations and listen with unlimited skipping.
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