Qriocity music service now available on PS3 in the US, AU and NZ

Thursday, 17th February 2011 16:50 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Sony has announced that its cloud-based, streaming music service Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity is now available in the US, Australia and New Zealand.

According to Sony, with Music Unlimited, folks will have access to over six million music tracks from “major recording labels, leading independent labels and major publishers around the world.”

Users will be able to their existing music library with the cloud for a custom music experience via personalized music channels and playlists.

Music Unlimited also works on network-enabled BRAVIA TVs, Blu-Ray Disc players, Sony VAIO or other PCs and it will also be available soon on Sony mobile devices and PSP.

A 30-day free trial of the Premium service will be made available later this afternoon with monthly subscriptions running $9.99 for Premium or Basic at $3.99.

Watch the walkthrough video of it below.



  1. lexph3re

    Ill give it a try, it can free up the music space on the console. That’s always good

    #1 4 years ago
  2. theevilaires

    I have 50+ GB worth of music on my PS3 HDD so streaming isn’t needed for me but I do use Pandora via my smart phone and Bravia 3DTV so if this is like Pandora I’ll consider using it. The itunes cover flow crap is already putting me off (HATE iTUNES!)

    Sony can you get this to work during gameplay also? And while you’re at it strike a deal with Pandora so we can use that service through the PS3 like 360 has Last F.M. See if you can make it free for PSN+ members too :)

    #2 4 years ago
  3. lexph3re

    Hot damn! 50gbs?

    #3 4 years ago
  4. theevilaires

    MP3′s all at 320kbps so the average album is 120MB-200MB. Not to mention I’m dedicated to becoming the Wikipedia of music :D

    #4 4 years ago

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