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Published on April 28th, 2012 | by Robert Orcutt

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XBOX ZUNE REPLACEMENT TO BE UNVEILED AT E3


 

 

 

According to GAMESPOT, Microsoft will announce at E3 Expo a new music app for the Xbox 360 dashboard to replace the current music app  ZUNE.  The new app is currently called WOODSTOCK, but unclear if that will be it’s title after launch as well.

WOODSTOCK will support cross platform ability, playing on Windows 8, Android, and iOS devices, and of course the Xbox 360.  It is said to have deep FACEBOOK integration (like everything these days).

A new improved media entertainment venue should help propel Microsoft and Xbox 360 even further into entertainment systems for the consumer.  Earlier this year, Microsoft reported that for the first time, gamers in the US spend more time with Xbox live applications that playing games over their service.  They also stated the the average Xbox 360 Gold subscriber spends about 84 on Xbox Live per month.

How many hours do you spend on your Xbox Live per month?  Do you listen to music on your Xbox Live account?

source: GAMESPOT

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One Response to XBOX ZUNE REPLACEMENT TO BE UNVEILED AT E3

  1. Scott says:

    I don’t listen to music on my xbox, but if they had a pandora app then I would probably listen to music more on it.

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