Nokia Music, Nokia’s free streaming music service, is now available in the U.S., the company has announced. The service enables users to stream music from more than 150 exclusive playlists, curated by “an expert team of U.S.-based musicologists” or artists such as Lana Del Ray or Rihanna. Users can also create a personal soundtrack by selecting the “Create” function. This feature generates a playlist, using a library with “millions of songs,” based on an artist of user’s choosing. Nokia Music playlists can also be taken offline. Read the full story at Mashable.
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