Codenamed "Woodstock," Microsoft's new music service is said to be "Spotify-like" and will work in the browser without any special plugins. It'll reportedly be released for Xbox 360, Windows 8, iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8. (Note: Xbox 360 doesn't have a web browser.)
Woodstock's main features will be heavy integration with Facebook, collaborative playlist creation, "scan and match" iTunes Match clone, and easy song sharing.
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The Verge reports that the service likely be live until later this year.
Who's excited for yet another music service? Question: which music service are you using and why?
Via The Verge