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We've known for a few weeks now that MixRadio is being shut down by its current owner, LINE. The MixRadio team is now offering one last mix before they shut down their servers forever.
Today, LINE has announced the shuttering of MixRadio streaming service. The service originated from Nokia and was later sold. The service will be discontinued in the coming weeks.
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Exclusively available to Windows Phone until now, the free, personalized music service MixRadio has now launched on Android and iOS, featuring a new UI that's also coming to Microsoft's mobile OS.
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Microsoft has agreed terms to sell MixRadio - the music streaming service it acquired with Nokia's devices and services business - to LINE, the company behind the global messaging app.
Microsoft India will no longer provide new users of the MixRadio music streaming service with the ability to download unlimited songs and will discontinue renewals for existing users as well.
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According to sources, Nokia MixRadio could possibly bring its streaming service to other platforms. The service is now a separate company from Microsoft and looks to build for a better future.
Microsoft has announced that it is killing off its Asha and Series 40 feature phones, and plans to focus exclusively on Windows Phone, while the MixRadio music service is expected to be sold off.
Nokia's MixRadio music streaming service has been updated to include improvements to offline mixes, general bug fixes, and performance improvements. Nokia MixRadio is exculsively for Lumia devices.