Xiaomi Mi Music and Mi Video value added internet services launched in India

Xiaomi today launched Mi Music and Mi Video internet services in India. These are apps for playing music / watching videos and they offer integrated streaming service. Mi Music and Mi Video are first internet services that the company has brought to India.

You will be able to download these apps from Google Play store. The Mi Music now comes with Hungama integrated, it now offers 10 million freemium tracks across 13 Indic language choice. The music app also comes with dynamic lyrics that works great with Karaoke.

Mi Video offers content from various content providers, for now it is powered by Hungama Play, SonyLiv and Voot currently, with more partners coming onboard soon. 80% of content is free, and there are more than 500,000 hours of content.

With Mi Music you can listen to your favourite tune for free, but you will not be able to download, to be able to download music you need to pay a small fee of Rs. 899 per year.

Xiaomi Mi Music and Mi Video

Manu Jain, Vice President, Xiaomi and Managing Director, Xiaomi India on the occasion of the launch said: “Xiaomi’s core belief lies in providing high-quality products with the best specs, at an honest pricing. We are able to do this because of our business model — we provide our  smartphones and other hardware at affordable pricing, aiming to monetize our MIUI Internet services in the long run. With the launch of these two apps Mi Music and Mi Video, we hope to serve millions of Xiaomi smartphone users with a better user experience through enhanced Internet services.”

Speaking on the occasion, Neeraj Roy, Managing Director & CEO, Hungama Digital Media Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. said, “We are delighted to launch Hungama Music on Mi Music. We are committed to delivering the best of content with unlimited playlists to the highly engaged Mi Fan community and with this launch we take our partnership with Xiaomi to the next level. In the coming months we will bring more exciting features including gamification and continue to build on the rich user experience.”

6 Comments

  1. Venki
  2. Nishad
  3. pankaj dutta
  4. Shiva sharma
    • Aman Lateef
  5. Riaz

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.