As known already, Gaana is the much prominent one-step solution for all the music needs. This music app offers free, unlimited access to all the favorite Hindi Songs, Bollywood Music, Regional Music & Radio Mirchi, i.e.the popular FM station, on the mobile phones, no matter where the user is.
To know more, this leading music app, has 30 million songs in its catalog. In fact, it has a really strong pool of Indian music. However, no matter its Hindi and regional, sometimes it falls short when it comes to its international collection. For instance, none of the songs from the likes of Jump Little Children, High Dive Heart, and Brian Mcfadden, could be found. Even the discography of a popular band like Coldplay was incomplete with albums like Live 2012 and Blue Room not being available.
However, this time Gaana has definitely something incredible to give a cut-throat competition to all its contemporaries, especially Amazon Prime music. To look back, Amazon has already described its voice assistant Alexa, built right into the app, and is one of the cheapest streaming services. In fact, with this, Amazon India claims the platform to be the home to “tens of millions of songs”.
Now, in lieu of this, Gaana has recently updated its features and thus introducing its users to the recently developed voice assistant, much like Alexa.
With this, users would be now able to request any song of their choice, based on the languages they prefer to listen. So, basically, they need to state the name of the song, after which the users would be provided with options, from where they can choose and select the song.
Of course, this feature works more wonders and users would be definitely intrigued by the fact that along with the songs, options are also provided to view the lyrics, is much similar to karaoke thing.
However, it needs to be reminded that the above features are only applicable to the Gaana App downloaded in Android and iOS and not the one found in a desktop.
Thus, in addition to the above, Gaana’s social features are also quite robust compared to its competitors, with the ability to easily share songs with friends, view and save their playlists and take a peek at their listening habits in general.
Another plus point is that unlike Google Play Music and Apple Music, which do not offer any free tier beyond their trials, Gaana offers its entire catalog for free, albeit with ads and without the ability to download songs offline. Also, there is a premium package, which costs ₹99 per month and gets rid of the pesky ads and unlocks offline downloads. So, now what is the wait for?!!! Install now and start listening and enjoying.