Nokia's streaming music service could be about to land on iOS and Android, a leaked image suggests.
Nokia Music -- which comes pre-installed on new Lumia smart phones -- is listed in the image above as supporting iOS and Android, alongside Mac and PC. The graphic appears to have surfaced on Chinese-language site CTech, and purportedly comes from a Nokia training manual.
Nokia's Music -- which competes with the likes of Spotify and Last.fm -- doesn't let you search for and stream whatever tunes you fancy, instead you're limited to a playlist of songs hand-picked by the folks at Nokia.
If you cough up a little cash every month you unlock Music+, which lets you download entire playlists for offline listening, and skip tracks an unlimited number of times.
The pic above could easily be a fake, but as Nokia earns cash when people upgrade to the paid-for option, so you can see why our favourite Finns could be keen to get the service onto the more-widely-used iOS and Android.
Nokia has big changes afoot, as it's currently in the process of being bought by Microsoft.
Nokia recently revealed two six-inch smart phones, as well as its first tablet, which is powered by Microsoft's Windows RT operating system.
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