Music Unlimited Makes Its Way to the PlayStation Vita

on March 8, 2012 10:45 AM

It seems like everything’s in the cloud these days. Well, you can count the music you listen to on your PlayStation Vita as well. Sony’s Music Unlimited is a cloud-based subscription service that allows you to create playlists and listen to them remotely. And now it’s on the Vita.

Sony today announced that the service is available on its new handheld and that there are 15 million songs to stream for subscribers. Just like Pandora, its radio function can customize stations based on songs you like or dislike. Either Wi-Fi or 3G connectivity will get you access to the service, which costs $3.99 a month for a basic subscription and $9.99 for a premium one. Or you could load your own personal media onto a Vita memory card.

 /  Staff Writer
Eder is a journalism major at the University of Oregon and copy chief of Flux, the School of Journalism and Communication's flagship magazine. When he's not playing video games or writing about them, Eder enjoys going to concerts, walking the UO campus with his trusty iPod, James McCloud, and climbing steep hills in running shoes. His favorite games include Super Mario Bros. 3, Donkey Kong Country 2, Bioshock and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.