Vodafone subscribers in India are getting get a nice little Christmas and New Year gift from Vodafone. It has launched a FREE audio and video streaming App for Android smart phones and devices. Though the streaming is free of charge (connection charges apply) downloads will be chargeable for Vodafone Music at Rs 3.00 per song and Rs 10.00 for five songs. You can also opt for unlimited download packages at Rs.5.00 per day, Rs.29.00 per week or Rs.99.00 per month. Remember this App only works for Vodafone subscribers in India.
The only sad thing about this App is that it only works with mobile Internet and doesn’t support Wi-Fi connectivity. You however can also it by visiting the Vodafone Music store on their mobile devices or head to live.vodafone.in and click on Music link to start free music streaming on phones.
*Context menu and long press based options to play, add to playlist, add to queue & share.
*Share across Facebook, Twitter, SMS and generic share.
*Mini Audio player with playback controls and now playing screen including shuffle & Repeat with queue of songs.
*My account consisting of my albums, my songs, my playlists, my videos, my buddies and my notifications.
*Seamless streaming experience because of the adaptive audio streaming on the application.
*Multiple pricing options basis your needs, subscribe to our Monthly, Weekly & Daily subscription or have fun downloading ala-carte or value packs at affordable prices.
*This app is available only for Vodafone mobile users.
The service has been brought by Vodafone India in collaboration with Hungama Digital Media Entertainment and Vodafone says that iOS and Windows Phone Apps are under development and will be released soon. Some of the key highlights of the Vodafone Music App are audio and video streaming, audio and video downloads(paid), search options and it also offers sharing options. The App will also support cloud sync, radio, playlist sharing and predictive search. Interested, feel free to download the Vodafone Music App from Google Play here.
From Vodafone's point of view both downloading and streaming will bring in cash, streaming via connectivity charges and downloading via pay per download subscription.