PS3 'Qriocity' music service available in US today

If you're, um, qrious about what it would be like to stream music through your PS3, you're in luq luck. Music Unlimited Powered by Qriocity, the cloud-based music service released in parts of Europe late last year, is available in the US today. Music Unlimited allows you to stream "more than six million music tracks from major recording labels, leading independent labels and major publishers around the world."

There are two options: a "Basic" service and a "Premium" service. Both offer commercial-free music and multiple genre-based channels, but "Premium" offers more channels and the ability to listen to specific songs on demand.

The service will be available for PS3, Bravia TVs, Blu-Ray players, and VAIO PCs "later this afternoon," with versions for other devices including PSP coming soon. If you somehow don't have enough ways to listen to streaming music, or aren't satisfied with the short name of your existing service, check out the preview video after the break and see if Qriosity is for you.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.