Just because Microsoft sold its MixRadio streaming service to Japan’s LINE corporation last year, it doesn’t mean that they won’t stick to the promise they made prior to the deal. MixRadio is no longer exclusive to Windows Phone, as the company has just launched an iOS and Android version of the app.
MixRadio is a free music-streaming app that can offer you a personalised experience by learning what type of music you like to listen to. The more you use it, the better it gets, and will suggest new tracks to you that are tailored to your music tastes.
MixRadio has over 35 million tracks for you to listen to, with thousands of handcrafted mixes curated and put together by a host of global music gurus from around the world. What makes MixRadio even better is that it offers offline music for free so you can download your favourite tracks, and listen to them wherever you are without wasting their data.
MixRadio used to belong to Microsoft when they acquired Nokia back in 2013. With the launch of its iOS and Android app, it is no longer exclusive to Windows Phone, but it will still come preloaded on Microsoft’s Lumia devices. On top of new Android and iOS apps, MixRadio is also partnering with HTC to integrate its streaming service with HTC BlinkFeed.