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Sony has released an Android app that will connect the smartphone OS to its Qriocity music shop, now the service is back online following the infamous PlayStation Network outage.

The Qriocity app allows Android buffs to sign up to £3.99 or £9.99 monthly subscription plans which deliver "seven million" songs, streamed to their smartphones - which means there's no offline access, alas.

Sony Qriocity for AndroidSony Qriocity for Android

The pricier package adds the ability to create and edit playlists, and provides library management too.

Both packages allow you sync up PC-stored DRM-free songs to the cloud, so you can listen to them through your phone.

You can download the Qriocity app at the Android Market. ®

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