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Nokia MixRadio is unique in so much it requires no sign up or subscription to get at the musical goodies inside. Nokia MixRadio is one of a number of apps exclusive to the Nokia Lumia Windows Phone range and is almost reason enough to plump for Lumia over its HTC rivals. You can also now download the Nokia MixRadio app for Windows 8 PCs - just search in the Store.
Nokia MixRadio+ is a premium offering (£3.99 per month) that offers the ability to download unlimited mixes for offline playback, skip as many tracks as you want, select higher quality audio when connected using Wi-Fi and stream lyrics.
Recommended listening: Nokia's MixRadio offers free streaming of celebrity playlists handpicked by the likes of Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Lana Del Rey, and Green Day. Even better, playlists can be saved for offline listening so you can enjoy your favourite mixes in mobile dead zones. Due to radio licensing laws you can only skip a maximum of 6 songs per hour on the free version (but let's face it, if you find a channel you like then why skip in the first place?)
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