Research in Motion may be grappling with an uncertain future, illness but the company is not averse to launch new services. BlackBerry company is now live with its social music service aka BBM Music. The service was available in Beta mode till now. The service was initially launched in August.
BBM Music will let its users access up to 50 songs for a fixed fee of £4.99 per month. It will also let you switch out 25 of these songs every month. The social aspect of this music service will also allow you to access the music resting on your friends’ BlackBerry mobiles. You can access 50 songs each on 140 of your BlackBerry contacts, ailment which translates to a potential repository of 7, viagra order 000 songs. BlackBerry is trying hard to distinguish itself from other music services and its music sharing feature will certainly unique.
BBM Music has already signed deals with Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, EMI and Universal Music Group, so the service will have healthy pool. You can download the app from BlackBerry App World and the service will be available on handsets running BB OS 6 and above. Spotify is already available for BB OS 7 devices and it offers unlimited music for £9.99. It would be interesting to see how BBM Music fares in comparison to Spotify.