Sony has finally scrapped its own tunes service, instead shoving Spotify in PS4 users' ears
Sony looks to branch out as it brings its Music Unlimited service to another operating system, though it's still awaiting Apple approval.
Use of peer-to-peer sharing fell dramatically last year, with more consumers switching to streaming services.
The COO of the Sony Entertainment Network, Shawn Layden, has revealed that its Music Unlimited service will be coming to iOS devices in the coming weeks.
The head of digital for Sony Music has revealed that the label hasn't seen any cannibalisation of music sales with the introduction of streaming services, but it is keeping a close eye on the figures.
Sony has launched its cloud-based Music Unlimited service for all Android phones, bringing unlimited subscription streaming and access to your own music library.
Sony's cloud-music service Music Unlimited has been confirmed for the NGP (or PSP2 if you prefer) along with the current PSP range.
Sony has announced that it is adding Music Unlimited to its Qriocity web service, offering up to 6 million songs through subscription.