Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has made its Nokia Music+ service available for the owners of a Lumia device in the United States, after launching it officially in the UK last week.For those out of the loop, we should note that the service comes with a paid subscription, at only $3.99 per month.
However, in addition to the benefits of Nokia Music, the service also provides users with better sound quality and unlimited offline downloads, as well as with Mix Radio skips.
Furthermore, the Nokia Music+ service can be used on multiple devices, and also provides lyrics to its subscribers, as Engadget notes.
On top of that, there’s a gig finder feature included in the service, enabling users to find concerts and music performances nearby, based on the user’s location. Some more info on the service can be found on Nokia’s website.