Dhingana Launches Music Stream Mobile Website

By Gizbot Bureau

    Dhingana (www.dhingana.com), the world's largest on-demand Indian music streaming service, announced recently the launch of its service on mobile web, making it available to all web-connected devices with no need to download an application.

    Dhingana's mobile web is free, giving users quick and easy access to a library of a half of a million songs in 38 Indian languages and genres. With Dhingana mobile web, users can search for any song or album or listen to thousands of playlists right from their mobile device. Mobile web makes it easy to browse through the various genres of music and search for new music without taking up any extra space on your mobile device.

    Dhingana Launches Music Stream Mobile Website


    "We've always had a very strong focus on smartphones and building highly engaging native apps for iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Nokia. We are thrilled to launch Dhingana for Mobile Web and allow users with any mobile phone to stream music instantly," said Snehal Shinde, CEO and Co-Founder of Dhingana.

    "In a country like India where 80% of the mobile internet usage is from low-end feature phones via mobile web, we are now the first Bollywood and Indian music streaming company to embrace mobile web globally and ensure users can listen to music from any internet-enabled device, from high-end smartphones to low-end feature phones."

    Dhingana also announced today 3.5 million mobile app downloads. As an app, Dhingana is now available for iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, Android, Windows and Nokia devices, as well as HTML5.

    For more information on Dhingana, please visit www.dhingana.com.

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