Gaana, the Indias premier music streaming and downloading site from Times Internet has updated its Android and iOS version to 2.0 and launched a premium version called Gaana+. The only difference is that Gaana comes with ads and Gaana+ comes ads free. The Gaana+ will leave your pockets empty by $2.99(Rs.165.00) for Indians and $3.99(Rs.220.00) for rest of the world. The other benefit of having Gaana+ will be that you can play music offline and the quality of streaming is much higher.
Simultaneously Times Internet has also launched a karaoke-style for Gaana, which rates the quality of your singing and allows you to challenge your Facebook friends. This App called called SingAlong let users notch points for singing against their friends and it has a leaderboard of best singer. You get to choose from more than 300 songs across 5 different languages and multiple genres, including jazz, ballad, R&B and pop. SingAlong doesn’t require any songs to be downloaded, they are instead played back via streaming. You can browse or search the available songs, queue multiple songs and favourite the ones that you like. Times has promised that Singalong will also be available across mobile platforms soon.
To download Gaana for your Android visit Google Play here.
To download Gaana for your iOS visit Apple Store here.
To download Gaana for your BlackBerry visit here.
To downlaod Gaana for your Windows Phone visit here.
To download the Java version of Gaana for older Java supported phones visit here.