A highly anticipated Beats Music application has quietly popped up Thursday in the Windows Phone application store; roughly just one week after the new streaming service has made its debut.
The Beats Music competes with the Spotify and Rdio and had first launched for the Android and the iOS platform on January 21st, 2014.
The app is completely free, but to actually listen to the music, you need to use up around $10 per month. Unlike other music-streaming services and applications, there is no free limited or any ad-supported option. The Beats Music for Windows Phone application looks nearly identical to the other applications available in the market, and it also appears to come with all of the same features like them.
While the users can download the application right now and then set up an account, users won't be able to start a new subscription to that service because the Beats Music is not currently adding any new subscriber, until it can work out with a few bugs with their system. That news came suddenly, just one day after the service had launched, and we all have yet to get an update from the company saying it has been fixed.
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If you download the Windows Phone application and sign up, you will be alerted when you can start listening to any music. You will also get a free seven-day trial facility so you can see how you like Beats Music before you hand over your money to them.