In April, Nokia launched the Nokia Music app for Windows 8 and Windows RT PCs in the Windows Store, allowing people with a paid Nokia Music subscription to listen to their service on a Windows 8 or RT device in addition to their Lumia smartphone. This week, the Windows 8 app got a major update with several new features added.
The change notes for the new version show that, for the first time, users can purchase individual songs and albums from inside the app. It also adds a new Recent Songs section to the Play Queue that lets people see which songs they have recently listened to.
The My Music section of the app has also received a makeover. Nokia says:
The new semantic zoom (zoomed out) view will allow those of you with a large music collection to navigate your music better. We’ve also tweaked the knobs and dials of our music database behind the scenes to not only handle larger music collections, but also let you navigate them more quickly.
The app also lets users see more of the songs from a particular artist in this new version. Finally, the app has a number of unnamed "general performance improvements, squashed bugs and improved user experience."
Source: Windows Store | Image via Nokia