Microsoft has today announced the release of an Xbox Music app for both iOS and Android, extending it from Windows Phone and Windows 8.

Allowing users to access around 30 million tracks, users can build playlists, access radio stations built around a specific songs, artists or albums as long as that use has a Xbox Music Pass anyway, which is priced between $10 and $99 a year in the US.

Microsoft say that songs will be available to stream soon, but in the meantime they have added free music streaming through its web interface and on Windows 8, unlimited for six months, after that users will be limited to hours of free streaming.

You can download both app today via the links below.

Source: App Store, Google Play Store

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