Nokia has started rolling out its Music+ subscription service for its Windows Phone 8 Lumia handsets in the UK. Priced at $3.99 per-month, the service offers a similar feature set to Xbox Music or Spotify Premium, with offline playback, higher-quality downloads, and unlimited skips when in radio mode. On selected tracks, you'll also be able to view the lyrics scroll by in time with the music.
Nokia's also planning a PC client for Windows 8 and RT, which it promises will be a "truly gorgeous experience," but a recent video showing off the software was removed from YouTube amid rumors that Nokia is preparing to launch a Windows RT tablet. You can try Nokia Music+ for a week free-of-charge by heading to your Nokia Music app and signing up; after your week is up it'll set you back £3.99, €3.99, or $3.99 depending on your territory.