Microsoft Offers 50 free albums to Promote Xbox Music

Microsoft logoIn this day and age there’s never just one service of its kind. Take music streaming for example, there are multiple services trying out different models all with the same aim, allowing users like you and me to effortlessly stream music over the internet. Xbox Music is one such service and to promote it Microsoft is now offering 50 albums for free.

Recently Microsoft released the “Music Deals” application. Through this app the company informs Xbox Music users of active sales on full albums as well as single tracks. Its a good way of keeping an eye on music that’s being made available for cheap.

Microsoft Offers 50 free albums to Promote Xbox Music

The deal Microsoft is pushing now may be its biggest yet. Starting today and running through December 15th, the company’s Holiday Freebies promotion will give Xbox Music users access to 50 albums for free. These aren’t albums from unknown artists. Popular albums like Eminem’s Recovery, Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter III and Lana Del Ray’s Born to Die, among many others, are being offered.

Holiday Freebies can be accessed through the Xbox Music app on your platform. This app is available from the Windows Store, Windows Phone Store, as well as for competing platforms, iOS and Android.

Those who have the aforementioned Music Deals app can find all of the 50 albums through it as well.

Source: Ubergizmo

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