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Nokia Tunes remixed as Htc MixRadio with additional features and focus


So it looks just like Nokia Audio won’t be amalgamated with Xbox live Music after all – the service only agreed to be updated with a new name and appear, rebranded because Nokia MixRadio.
The application has a brand-new focus on tailored radio, as is also evident from the new brand.
Like Nokia Tunes before it, the new Htc MixRadio is a loading music program not unlike Spotify along with Pandora, but with no advertisements – during the free version.
Nokia MixRadio even offers a new attribute called "Perform Me." It’s described as "a relentless stream associated with music created just for you," and people can give music a thumbs upwards or thumbs lower so it finds out what type of audio they like.

That smiley face is also headphones
The Htc MixRadio app’s page within the Windows Telephone store guarantees that the app still involves the features Htc Music users are used to, which include "my music, mp3 store, create a blend, gigs and also offline play-back."
And users who would like to pay a tiny subscription charge can still obtain unlimited the requirement for and traditional playback.
The fresh app in addition lets customers share their own mixes in Facebook, Twitting or through SMS, along with features irritate fixes.
And the actual browser edition was up to date as well.
Nokia MixRadio sounds like a great free of charge option for listening to music, yet keep in mind it really is only available on Nokia Lumia products and in particular countries (confirm the app list if you’re interested).

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