The best of Indian online music streaming platforms

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The best of Indian online music streaming platforms

Jay-Z has 99 Problems and Tidal might be one. The much-hyped music streaming service, Tidal, was launched in the US with what could be best described as a star-studded awkward press conference.
Tidal, is a lossless music streaming service backed up by several artists that promises to give them a bigger share of the royalty. The service costs between $9.99 to $19.99, talk about giving back to the artists. Anyway, with all the hoopla around music streaming services, we thought of putting together a list of music streaming services that you can access in India.

All the three websites that we have featured today, boast of a free, paid and live radio version with a huge repository of Indian and International music. So with these Whatfix flows, we want to help you to find and listen to your favorite tracks, in high definition, with ease.

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1. Gaana

 
Ghana is one of the most popular music streaming service with an envious music library of nearly 3 million songs from both Indian and International artists. Recently, Gaana got a huge boost in its popularity with its strategic musical brand campaign, ‘Bas bajna chahiye Gaana’. Here’s a Whatfix flow that will show you around Gaana:
 

 

2. Rdio

 
Rdio got a huge boost after their acquisition of Dhingana.com, which propelled their launch in India in early 2015. The service claims to be one of the world’s largest licensed music services with a catalog of over 32 million songs in 61 countries worldwide. It gives users access to its global, regional and local music repository that consists of top charts, oldies and even internet radio stations. Another interesting aspect of it is its social grouping that allows users’ to follow the music taste of their favorite celebrities, friends and family. See this flow live to get onboard Rdio and listen to its huge variety of songs that you will love.


 

3. Saavn

 
With an active user count of 11 million, Saavn aims to be the Spotify of India. They have now moved past Bollywood and Indian regional tracks and have catalogued thousands of international tracks in their library. Saavn has a pleasant UI that gives users access to music in an easy manner. This flow will show you how to stream your best-loved music in Saavn.

Did we miss out on any of your favorite services? Let us know in the comments section.

Like the way our flows work? Then try creating flows on your favorite websites. You can also check out our huge repository of interesting flows at Whatfix community.

Gokul Suresh

Gokul is Whatfix's resident Product Adoption Expert, who also leads the Content, Inbound and Social Media efforts.

A Techie by education and a Marketer by choice, he loves consuming new ideas and experimenting with new tools. He's an expert in B2B content, who nowadays eats CRMs for breakfast, ITSMs for lunch and leftovers from Product Hunt for dinner!

If you like/dislike his articles, then feel free to tweet out to him. He enjoys constructive criticism.


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