Send, receive and listen to millions of songs without having to worry about the cost.
Music Messenger is ready to take the world by storm. It has positioned itself to become the largest music sharing company in the world, leaving industry leaders like Sony, Universal and Warner Music Group behind. This app already has over two million users.
It has come up with a simple way of sharing music, a WhatsApp for song sharing, if you will.
The company is based in Israel and the app has been developed by David Strauss and his colleagues. For them, this app began as a way for friends to share music amongst themselves. As a result, they identified a key feature that is missing from existing technologies – the ability to share your favourite music with your friends in an easy-to-access message.
This app is fully compliant with copyright laws as it does not host original content. The company taps into open sources like YouTube, Yahoo, SoundCloud, and Baidu. This lets them aggregate a music library of hundreds of millions of songs in any language and from many regions.
So, as long as these sites grow, the music library of Music Messenger also grows and is updated constantly. Also, users can create music libraries and playlists of songs that their contacts have shared and also search for specific songs that they want to listen to.
Spotify requests annoying fees because of copyright and licensing laws. Also, the service is unavailable in some countries. Music Messenger, which can be downloaded on Android and iOS devices, has the upper hand, for it is a messaging tool that can be used to share music with an unlimited number of people all over the world. People can send, receive and listen to millions of songs without having to worry about the cost.
This article was first published on The Hindu and is available at http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-features/tp-metroplus/let-the-music-play/article7198924.ece