Nokia’s Music application, which originally launched on Windows Phone, is now available for download on Windows 8 and Windows RT devices.
The application allows you to create your own custom mixes, save tracks of offline listening, listen to your own library of MP3s, read lyrics and much more. Nokia also added artist pages about musicians that you can view in an image gallery on the lock screen. As with many new Windows applications, there’s also a snap view that allows you to run Nokia Music alongside another application.
”It carries the same look and feel that people enjoy with the Windows Phone app, but brings it to larger screens with high quality rich media that encourages people’s journey of discovery – a great example being recommendations for more music right on the player screen,” Nokia music head Mike Bebel said in a blog post Friday.
Users can opt to sign up for a $3.99 monthly premium version of Nokia Music+ for unlimited downloads and skips per month, too. The application is available to users in Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom and Ireland.