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Listeners stream one hour of music on an average

As per a research conducted by global web index, the goal of which was to find out facts for: How much time internet users spend while listening to audio streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music every day, we look at some findings of how this varies across the age groups. With entertainment activities, it’s …

SoundCloud app now available on Xbox One

SoundCloud is the default audio streaming service app included in Xbox One. It will be free to use, with Cortana voice control, the ability to create playlists and support for background audio playback. While playing games, users can listen to some jams and podcasts. Read More Launch a music streaming service like SoundCloud using Muvi instantly. Muvi takes …

Music Streaming set to grow in Japan with Napster and Rakuten partnership

Napster has been selected by Japanese e-commerce leader, Rakuten, to scale its on-demand music streaming catalog. A new partnership with Japanese internet services company Rakuten, Inc was announced by Napster today which is meant for enhancing Rakuten’s on-demand audio streaming service: Rakuten Music. Napster will provide song playback and curated playlists from its catalog to …

Yonder Music streaming app introduced by Ncell

Ncell, Nepalese mobile operator, has launched ‘Yonder Music’ which is a digital music streaming platform in the local market. This app provides users to millions of songs to download and play. The music streaming app can be installed on smartphones by Ncell’s prepay and postpaid customers and they can listen to music both online as …

Spotify may soon be introduced in Thailand

ThaiTech speculates that Spotify (audio streaming service) may be gearing up to enter the Thailand market based on a job ad posted by the firm on the bestalist website. The post suggests that the Company is recruiting for the position of Music Editor in Thailand. The   job ad reads: “We are looking for a …

Audio app AmpMe looks to acquire 5 mn users in India

Canadian startup AmpMe plans on introducing AmpMe, an audio-syncing app between June and July to acquire smartphone music streaming users through partnering with some of the top Indian Music/Audio streaming platforms or Apps like Gaana, Saavn or Hungama. The target for subscription in the first year is 2-5 million users in India. Servers have not yet …

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