Sony Music Unlimited to hit iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch in 2012

Since mid-2011, Sony has allowed pretty much any Android phone to access its Music Unlimited streaming service. Good news though if you didn’t have a Droid and wanted to try it out, because this year, you’ll be able to use the service on iPhones.

Announced this week, the service formerly known as Qriocity will be making its way to iOS in the form of a new app, with no different features to set them apart.

Sony Music Unlimited is currently available on Android Market, working on most Android devices, as well as Sony’s own range of products, including Bravia TVs, VAIO computers, Blu-ray players and home theatre systems, and the PlayStation 3.

Sony offers two plans for its streaming music service – basic and premium – with the more expensive premium offering providing playlist creation, premium music channels, and soon a downloadable cache of your music so you won’t have to be connected to listen to the service.