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Music Service Napster Coming To Wii U In Europe

Nintendo of Europe and Napster announces a partnership today that will see Napster, the world-renowned music streaming service, become available on Nintendo’s Wii U home video game console, via a free downloadable application available to all Wii U owners across Europe from 17th December.

With over 34 million tracks Napster is one of the world’s leading subscription-based digital music services, offering one of the most complete online music collections. Wii U owners with a Napster Unlimited subscription will have access to the full Napster service through their Wii U console, and with the Wii U GamePad’s touch screen, will be able to easily search for a specific track, album or artist as well as browse by genre, top albums, tracks and artists, ensuring music enthusiasts can discover and play the latest releases.

 The Wii U’s GamePad touch screen can also be used to access hundreds of curated radio stations by genre, artist, theme or mood, as well as Napster Playlists created by Napster’s group of resident music experts. Wii U users can also access their library of favourite tracks and personal playlists, created in the Napster app for smartphones and tablets or via the Napster web service.

 To access Napster, Wii U owners will be able to download the free application from Nintendo eShop, which will allow Napster Unlimited subscribers to begin listening immediately. Wii U owners who aren’t yet Napster subscribers will be able to sign up for a 30-day free trial at the Napster website.

Source: PR

13 comments

  1. Jaded Ridley X3 {I'm not whining, you suckers... *cough* ..poor souls! I've just been driven insane by Nintendo failing me one too many times this gen!} says:

    :/ I’d rather be getting an app for Amazon music. Oh wait. I’m in America, lorded over by the imbeciles at NintenD’OH! *facepalm* of ‘Murica, so I’m not getting a music app period for Wii U. *sigh*

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