BMW Partner With Deezer For Unlimited On-The-Road Music

BMW have added Deezer to their ConnectedDrive software so that you can seamlessly listen to millions of songs, anywhere, on the go.

BMW ConnectedDrive and Deezer have partnered using Online Entertainment to connect you with the music streaming service straight from your BMW vehicle. The best part is there is no middle man, it is all connected without the need of a smartphone or any other device so it’s just you, the car and the music.

You can either create a new account or log in with an existing account so you have access to all of your personally curated playlists and the best part is, there is no limit to how much you can listen to. You can connect internationally without incurring any additional fees, so no matter where you are you can enjoy the music of your choice.

When you play a track, album or artist it will be saved into your hard drive for offline play so you can keep listening when you lose internet connection or if you are abroad in a country where it isn’t available. With over 35-million tracks available on Deezer you’re sure to never run out of entertainment again on those long drives.

Online Entertainment will also offer users to select from more tracks and albums by the artist you’ve just listened to and if you select the option it will show you recommended tracks and artists. The truly innovative feature is that, when listening to FM or DAB radio, Online Entertainment can browse it’s music services for music by that artist as well as suggested music based on the genre. This feature is currently only available in the BMW 7 series but they say they plan to bring it to other models in the future.

The service will be available primarily in Germany but also in France, Italy, the Netherland, Spain and the UK. You can sign up to Deezer for free whether you have a BMW or not at www.deezer.com.

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