Now Gaana with iOS and android apps

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Times Internet has launched mobile applications for its Gaana, the music streaming service. The legal music distribution site first went online in June 2011, which has an estimated monthly users of 3 million. Already they made it available an iPad application in earlier days.

The bunch of mobile apps included the iOS, Android, Blackberry and J2ME they says. Each app is native and shares a consistent UI and design. The entire service is free to use and has the rights to more than 2 million songs over 300 record labels worldwide.

The music collection is focuzed on Indian genres siuch as Tamil, Telugu, Panchabi, Hindi etc.  All of Gaana’s Indian music catalogue is available to users worldwide, but those in India will also enjoy international music since Times Internet has struck a deal with giants Sony and Universal to distribute their content in the country.  Aside from targeting users of high-, mid- and low-end devices in India, it is aiming to reach “global Indians and Indian aficionados” based overseas in Europe or the US.

Courtesy : thenextweb.com

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