Ubuntu One Music Updated
Ubuntu One Music, the Android companion to Canonical’s cloud music service, has been updated with a redone UI and news features such as album art, updated playlist options, speed improvements, and support for more file formats: Ubuntu One can now handle native streaming of Ogg Vorbis and Non-DRM iTunes music files, no longer requiring them to be transcoded to MP3.
This application may be free download, but the Ubuntu One Mobile service is not free. Priced at a mere $4 per month or $40 for the year, it will not break the bank, and you get more than just a music service. Check out Ubuntu’s site for more details on pricing and plans.
Source: Ubuntu One Blog
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