Nokia’s Windows Phone music application has leaked for all devices.
The latest Nokia Music leak follows a similar leak of Nokia Maps that allows non-Nokia Windows Phone to install the app. Users over at the smartphone gurus forum extracted the application from a Nokia Lumia device and managed to get it working on a rival HTC device (see video below). The Nokia Music v220.127.116.11. XAP file is available for download, raising questions over the legality of installing the leaked copy. The application is now available for all Windows Phone devices, providing you’re using an unlocked device via Microsoft’s official developer registration or the ChevronWP7 labs tool.
Nokia Music is another free out of the box application for the Lumia 800 and 710 devices. Nokia Music uses a Wi-Fi or 3G data connection to connect and stream thousands of free music tracks. The application works as an internet radio app, similar to services such as last FM. Nokia Music users can pick between different categories of music and have a selection of music streamed to their devices within seconds. The categories of music include rock, pop and classical and a variety of other genres.
Nokia Music is designed to be exclusively available on the company’s upcoming Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 Windows Phone devices.