MixRadio is a popular music service over in the land of Microsoft, but it doesn't look like it'll be exclusive there for that much longer. It turns out that there's a private beta of the service out there in testing for Android as well as iOS. Sure, Android users aren't short on music services to choose from, but MixRadio (born from Nokia Music) is pretty good at what it does.

It's as the name implies, a radio focused service that serves up music suggestions based on your chosen parameters. Favorite artists, genres, or even just using some of the curated mixes, MixRadio usually comes up with tunes you want to hear. It moved to Microsoft with the parts of Nokia that were acquired but has since been sold on to the messaging service, Line.

What comes of it we'll have to wait and see. Beta's are just that, and we'd be more surprised in 2015 if a company didn't want to have their services on Android. Numbers don't lie. It's a crowded space but MixRadio does what it sets out to do and does it well. We're looking forward to seeing what it might be able to do on our Android devices.

Source: Windows Central