A new update to the Nokia MixRadio app has been rolled out and it features revised branding. From now on, the app will be referred to as simply MixRadio. The update, which bumps the version number to 18.104.22.1680, also addresses bugs and improves performance throughout the app.
“MixRadio is a streaming music service. It brings you free, personalized music with no advertising. Start listening with Play Me, an ever-changing mix based on the music you love. Use Thumbs Up and Thumbs Down to make the mix better each time you play. It’s like having your own personal radio station. Also includes hundreds of handcrafted mixes, create a mix, gigs, artist notifications, mp3 store and player, and of course the ability to save your favorite mixes for offline playback so you can listen even without an internet connection,” the app description reads.
This rebranding is not surprising, as the app is now owned by Microsoft. How many of you use the MixRadio service and prefer it over Microsoft’s own Xbox Music service? Sound off in the comments below. You can also snag the updated app via the download link too.
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