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Popular streaming service MixRadio makes its way to the Google Play Store

MixRadio, the popular UK-based music streaming service, has finally made its way to the Google Play Store after being a Windows Phone exclusive for years.
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May 19, 2015
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MixRadio, the popular UK-based music streaming service, has finally made its way to the Google Play Store after being a Windows Phone exclusive for years. After being sold by Microsoft to Japan’s LINE, it’s no surprise that the application is now available on both Android and iOS.

If you’re not familiar with the service, MixRadio aims to give you personalized suggestions based on what you normally listen to. The more you listen, the more the service will learn from your listening habits, and be able to better suggest tracks from its impressive catalog of over 35 million songs. You can create mixes from your favorite artists or listen to already curated playlists.

MixRadio will also allow you to download up to four of your favorite mixes for offline listening. Oh, and did I mention it’s completely free? This can be both good and bad for consumers. The only way to listen to music right now is with ads, though hopefully there will be a subscription option available in the coming months for users who don’t mind paying for a better experience.

If you’re the type who likes to constantly discover music and are looking for a free alternative to other services like Spotify or Pandora, MixRadio may be a great option for you. Head to the Google Play Store link below to download MixRadio for free.

Get it on Google Play