Nokia have updated the Windows Store version of the Nokia Music app. The update adds in-app purchases so you can buy tracks directly from the app and they will be downloaded directly to your device. Nokia have also expanded the artist pages so it displays more information and improved the My Music collection UI.

The app is free from the Windows Store but you need a Nokia Music+ subscription or you will only get 30 seconds clips.

In-App Purchase – You can now buy your favorite songs and albums directly from within the app. They’ll be downloaded straight to your ‘My Music’ library for your listening pleasure.

Recent Songs – Missed the song you just listened to? Click the Play Queue icon in the Now Playing screen and you’ll see a list of the Mixes and songs you have listened to recently. Click the song to buy (you’ll be asked to confirm purchase first).

Expanded Artist pages – Browse artists’ releases from our music catalogue of millions of songs – directly from their artist page.

Improved My Music collection – We’ve introduced a new design: funkier, and easier to use. The new semantic zoom (zoomed out) view will allow those of you with a large music collection to navigate your music better. We’ve also tweaked the knobs and dials of our music database behind the scenes to not only handle larger music collections, but also let you navigate them more quickly.

Plus loads of general performance improvements, squashed bugs and improved user experience.

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