7digital ‘Music Store’ Windows 8, 10 App Launched, Download Now

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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The official 7digital app has been available for Windows 8 users more than one year ago, but it got pulled down. Now, the app has been officially launched once more and it brings one of the most known music stores for Windows 8 users.
7digital windows 8 app7digital has just released its official app in the Windows Store for Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows RT users. With a quite ugly name ‘7digital Music Store recommended by HP’, which I hope gets changed with a future update, the release of the app brings more than 25 million high quality tracks that you can buy, download, synchronize with other devices and listen on the go. If you already have a 7digital account, you can just sign in to claim the songs that you have already bought.

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7digital’s music store now available for Windows 8 users

Shop for new music with 7digital. Choose from over 25 million high quality tracks in our store; buy, download, sync and listen to your music on the go. Managed by music lovers for music lovers. 7digital stores are available across 42 countries including the UK, Europe, the US and Canada. Sync your previously purchased 7digital music and have access to your 7digital collection across the web and all your mobile devices.

windows 8 app 7digitalOf course, you could’ve used 7digital’s services even before on Windows 8, but the dedicated app now brings the service to touch enabled devices, as well. And what I’ve discovered after reviewing so many Windows 8 apps on a non-touch device is that they look better and feel better designed than a desktop app. You can also have a look at the video from below to see how the app looks like before you actually download it (link at the end of the article)

The app brings many useful features, such as high quality 320kbps MP3s, 30 second previews of all songs and full length streaming of your purchased music. As I’ve mentioned before, you can synchronize your 7digital music from the cloud to your phone and Windows 8 tablet. Inside the app there’s an integrated music player that keeps playing as you explore new music on 7digital’s music store. You can even pin the songs and tracks that you like to the start screen.


A feature that international users will notice is the fact that 7digital app for Windows 8 is available worldwide. As you can see for yourself from the above video, this app moves incredibly fast and everything is really smooth. Of course, this can also depend on your internet connectivity. The app is divided in the following main sections – new releases, charts, sale, genres, recommended, bestsellers, and classic albums.

The ‘Your Music’ section becomes available once you log in with your existing account or you sign up for a new one. You can access it anytime by right clicking inside the app and going to “downloads” or “your music”. The “Sale” section will contain songs and albums available at a discounted price. So, if you have been waiting for this app to get launch for Windows 8 users for a while now, follow the link from below and grab it from the Windows Store.

Download 7digital app for Windows 8, Windows 8.1


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