Nokia Music may stay with Nokia after MSFT deal. Available on Android, iPhone, Windows and Mac via HTML 5 app

Nokia mobile phone unit may soon be sold to Microsoft, but that does not mean Nokia services that are now available exclusively on Lumia Windows Phones will end up in Redmond.

We already knew that Maps are staying in Finland. Now it seems that Nokia Music may be staying in Espoo with the company too, and may soon go multi-platform.

Chinese site  CTech got their hands on some development screenshots for Music Service update, and it seems that it will soon be available on Android, iOS, Windows PCs and Macs via an HTML5   app.

Nokia Music HTML 5

HTML 5 is a bit disappointing, and will limit the overall app functionality. HTML5 Nokia Maps didn’t fare too well on Android and iOS.

But, hey, it’s just a start. And when Nokia finally sells its smartphone division to Microsoft, it will have the resources and all the incentives to make native Maps and Music apps for Android and iOS, as quickly as they can.

Of course, Nokia Music HTML 5 app might just be part of the work music team has been doing before Microsoft deal was announced, and might be killed if it’s part of the transaction. But let’s hope this is not the case.

Via CTech

 

Author: Stasys Bielinis

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  • whatsa2

    I would not be surprised to see Nokia maps offline

    as that is fairly simple for them. And they dont need that as a differentiator any more.