Microsoft Music Deals App for Windows PC, Tablet and Windows Phone Lets You Download Music Albums for Cheap

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Microsoft has recently released a new Music Deals app for Windows 8+ PCs, tablets and Windows Phone devices. With it, users can download top albums for a cheap price. This is part of the company’s strategy of making the Windows Store a much more interesting place with ingenious apps.
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At the moment, the app brings access to 101 top albums for less than $2 each, but each week, promotions on new and classic albums will be made available. The app will be refreshed every Tuesday with new music content. Microsoft also informs that some debut albums will be priced at $0.99 and classics will be sold for $1.99.

The app will make use of the Modern UI’s Live Tiles icons, bringing updates and push notifications as soon as new deals are available. It’s really easy to purchase an album, just by tapping on the album icon and then inside the Xbox Music app you will be able to download the music files you want.

Go ahead and follow these links to download the app for Windows Phone or for Windows 8.1 based devices.

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