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Xiaomi is known for its top-notch hardware quality that the company uses to manufacture their devices. In the software department also Mi has a solid ground base which helps the company to build a content platform. Now, the company has announced a major update for its internet-based entertainment service entertainment services Mi Music and Mi Video apps for MIUI at its Mi Pop festival in Mumbai.
Last year Xiaomi has given away free-one year subscription of Hungama music for its users. Now the company is integrating Hungama Music within its Music app. Following this, the seven million daily users of the Xiaomi Mi Music app will get to enjoy more than 10 million songs in 13 Indian regional languages.
Along with the streaming and downloading music, the users will also be able to read a song's lyrics with the lines in the song. This is quite similar to other lyrics apps. Xiaomi has also made a promise that the updates in the future will bring more support for Music Videos, Themes, Personalized Recommendations and more.
Xiaomi has recently teamed up with The Viral Fever (TVF) for video content on Mi TVs. Xiaomi has now made an announcement that the smartphone users will now be able to enjoy content from all those providers who provide videos for the Mi TV platform.
Just as in the case of Mi Music, the content is said to be provided on a freemium model that will contain some ads. There will be some videos which will be free, whereas some of them would need a subscription. It is also being reported that the more creators and content providers will be joining the platform soon and at the moment users can view content in 15 different Indian languages.
It is also being reported that Xiaomi has made some improvements in the user interface of the Mi Video app. Following the update, it is said to receive more features including casting to Mi TVs via DLNA. Further, the stable version of the updated Mi Video app is said to reach all of the users by next May.