Streaming service offers music documentaries and band performances from across the decades.
Owners of the PS3 now have the ability to stream concerts and music documentaries right to their console through the newly-released Qello app. PlayStation users who sign up for the service will get a Qello All-Access Pass for the first 15 days, after which the cost is $4.99 a month. The service will soon be coming to the PS4 and Vita as well.
The All-Access Pass allows users to create setlists and browse the full Qello catalog, which includes both modern acts and performances that date back to the 1920s. To celebrate the launch, Qello will also be giving away a PS Vita every week for the next four weeks to users of the PS3 app. Qello members just need to log onto the app to be entered into the drawing. Qello is also available on iOS and Android devices.