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Nokia Music breaks free from Lumia's chains, brings Windows Phone users together

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Sure they're "stylish and light," but is that enough of a lure to rope you into the Lumia line's Mangofied wares? You'd want something a little extra to compensate for the underspecced goods, like a spate of exclusive apps, perhaps. Well, the good news is you don't have to buy what Espoo's selling to get a taste of its special sauce. Thanks to some mobile hackery, Nokia Music's just joined the jailbroken ranks alongside Drive and Maps and is available now for sideloading onto your Windows Phone 7 device. You can snag the .xap file at the source below, but first you might wanna make sure you're rocking an unlocked handset. Try it out and let us know how you fare in the comments after the break.

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