MixRadio, the music streaming service that Microsoft sold last year to messaging app Line, is not just for Windows anymore. Previously only on the Windows Phone, the app has now branched out to iOS and Android.
The service, developed by Nokia in 2007, was later bundled into the company’s sale to Microsoft. But since Microsoft already had Xbox Music, it decided to spin off the service to Line last December.
Starting today, everyone can enjoy the free app that lets you discover fresh music on a daily basis. As you use MixRadio, it learns your tastes to give you a more personalized experience. The app draws from its library of some 35 million tracks to formulate personalized playlists that you can download and listen to offline.