Nokia Music discovers you in Canada

Nokia introduces a free, mobile-optimized music service on Nokia Lumia 
TORONTO, May 16, 2013 /CNW/ - Nokia today announced the launch of Nokia Music 
in Canada, its highly-acclaimed free music streaming service. Nokia Music is 
exclusive to Nokia Lumia smartphones, providing consumers with a simple and 
delightful way to discover and enjoy music. There is no sign-up, no ads and no 
subscription, meaning users can dive right into Nokia Music's catalogue of 18 
million songs. 
"Technology has shaped the listening behaviour of many Canadians and 
transformed the music industry by giving music lovers more listening choices. 
However, with so many options and so much music out there, it's easy to get 
overwhelmed (and even discouraged) when it comes to discovering new music," 
said Alan Cross, long time radio broadcaster and musicologist famous for The 
Ongoing History of New Music and The Secret History of Rock. "What Nokia Music 
offers is a seamless, easy-to-use way to listen to new and old music, all with 
a touch of a button." 
One of the main features of Nokia Music is Mix Radio. Consumers can stream 
free music from a suite of more than 150 exclusive playlists that are 
hand-crafted and kept up-to-date by a dedicated staff. The playlists span a 
wide spectrum of musical genres from franco pop to hockey songs for the 
rink. Nokia Music also offers playlists created by global artists. 
Beyond the curated playlists, music fans can create their own personal 
soundtrack by selecting up to three artists via the Nokia Music 'CREATE' 
function, which taps a library of millions of songs and generates a playlist 
based on, and inspired by, the artists they love. 
For maximum convenience, Nokia Music playlists can also be enjoyed offline so 
consumers can listen to their favourite playlists anytime, anywhere - perfect 
for a long flight, journey to work or train ride. 
To enhance their music experience further, Nokia Music's 'GIG FINDER' 
pinpoints live shows taking place nearby, even helping consumers buy tickets, 
find the venue with HERE Maps and get directions - all from within the Nokia 
Music app. 
For people that love the free service and want even more, there is also the 
Nokia Music+ service. For $3.99 per month, the service allows consumers 
unlimited songs skips on playlists and to take as many mixes offline as they 
want, access their music from web, mobile and laptop, and switch to 
high-quality audio on Wi-Fi. 
"We believe that Nokia Music offers great value and will revolutionize the way 
Canadian music lovers can explore, discover and enjoy music," said Jyrki 
Rosenberg, Vice President of Nokia Entertainment. "We are always striving to 
give Canadians the best service possible and we have worked extra hard to 
ensure Nokia Music meets the expectations of the demanding, active and 
inspired music fans in Canada." 
The Nokia Music app is available for download now to all Canadian Lumia owners 
from the Nokia Collection in the Windows Phone Store. 
About Nokia 
Nokia is a global leader in mobile communications whose products have become 
an integral part of the lives of people around the world. Every day, more than 
1.3 billion people use their Nokia to capture and share experiences, access 
information, find their way or simply to speak to one another. Nokia's 
technological and design innovations have made its brand one of the most 
recognized in the world. For more information, visit 
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Media Enquiries: Stacey Grimshaw (on behalf of Nokia) / (416) 355-7426 
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