New Delhi: Gaana.com has become the first music site in India to build an iPad version using HTML5. The ipad version will allow all the ipad users to enjoy complete Gaana.com collection – all free of cost. By launching this advanced version, Ganna.com intends to take advantage of the multiple facets of interactivity that the iPad provides.
Commenting on the launch, Rishi Khiani, CEO, Times Internet said “We are happy to see the traction the site is receiving and are extending our portfolio to as many platforms. We aspire to build scalable global product, iPad version of gaana.com and it accessible across platform is another step in that direction”.
Gaana.com has struck the right chord with young Indian music lovers by garnering 1.4 million unique visitors and 11.7 million song plays within the first month of its launch. The high level of engagement on the portal can be gauged from the fact that on an average a user spends over 9 minutes per visit.
Gaana.com has one of the largest collection of Hindi, regional and English songs, it provides free and licensed music to its listeners through a unique ‘media player’ interface. Besides a simple to use navigation and ease of content discovery the key features include song recommendations, Radio Gaana and social features.
Song recommendation engine generates a list of tracks based on a users liking, while Radio Gaana on the other hand creates an endless music stream. The social features allow users to connect to their Facebook & Twitter profiles with their Gaana account and share their activity with their community. Another social feature is the user activity stream that allows users to see each other’s play list giving users a community music experience.
Kerala IT News