Following their acquisition by LINE, one of the world's most successful calling and messaging services, MixRadio has been unleashed across iOS and Android platforms.

The personalized music streaming service was previously a Windows Phone exclusive, owned by Microsoft and Nokia. The move also comes with news of the company's newest partnership with Chinese mobile giant HTC.

On the news, MixRadio CEO Jyrki Rosenberg said: "We're excited to be bringing our personalized and easy-to-use music streaming service to a huge new audience. For many people this will be the first time they have been able to experience MixRadio; we're confident they will love the simplicity of the experience and the quality of the personalization we deliver. We cut out the clutter between the listener and the music they love, helping them enjoy, discover and rediscover great music.

We are already available in 31 countries and have been developing and improving our personalized music offering over many years, meaning we combine the benefits of having a heritage in the space with the excitement of launching a new product. We will also continue to deliver a great service to existing users on Windows Phone."

For HTC users, MixRadio will work seamlessly with the software's news interface BlinkFeed, creating even more personalized capabilities. And in contrast to the multitude of other competing music streaming services, MixRadio will allow its users to stream mixes will remaining completely offline.

In celebration of the news, MixRadio has also offered up an exclusive mix download, which can be had here.