With MixRadio being spun off as an independent service after being transferred from Nokia with the devices and service acquisition, it’s no surprise that the service is becoming available to a wider range of devices. The latest device to get the music steaming service is Adidas’s miCoach, the run keeper watch from Adidas powered by Android.
Although miCoach users will still need a MixRadio+ subscription to access all the greatest features, Adidas and MixRadio are offering 6 months of free service as part of a limited time offer.
The Adidas miCoach marks the first Android device to get the Mixradio service, in fact it’s the only non-Nokia device to get the service, given how the service is also Lumia-exclusive for Windows Phone. One can’t help but wonder if this marks the start of MixRadio availability on other Android devices, as it shouldn’t be too much of an issue to make it available for other Android devices. Anyone excited?