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Music Unlimited: Android App hits today; US PS3 owners can try the service for 180 days

Sony has announced that starting today for a limited time, eligible US PS3 owners can try out a Basic subscription of Music Unlimited for free over the next 180 days. Plus, the firm just launched an Android App for the service today in Europe and the US.

The App also works on "a number of other Internet-connected Sony devices," including 2010 and 2011 models of network-enabled BRAVIA HDTVs, Blu-ray players, Blu-ray Disc Home Theater systems, PSP and PCs.

The cloud-based, digital music service has over seven million tracks at the moment, and provides streaming, commercial-free access.

To find out how to get your free-trial of the service in the US, hit up the US PS Blog.

European and US Andorid users can get the App through the marketplace.

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