Update: Times Internet has reported that Gaana.com's mobile app has been downloaded more than 200,000 times across all smartphone platforms. The app has been seen 58,153 downloads on the iOS platform, 69,456 downloads on Android, 69,674 downloads on Samsung and Nokia handsets, and 5,115 downloads on the BlackBerry platform. The company has also tied up with Yash Raj Films, Magnasound, and Unisys Infosolutions to bring their portfolio of music to Gaana's catalog. January 16, 2013: Times Internet has launched mobile apps for its music streaming service Gaana.com, covering major mobile platforms including iPhone, Android, BlackBerry and Java.The apps will be available free of charge via respective app stores and on the Gaana.com website, and will allows users to browse through curated playlists, search for individual songs, stream and play songs, add them to custom playlists, create radio stations featuring similar music, and listen to their friends' favourite music. The company had launched an HTML5 version of the online music streaming site for the iPad. But it's late to the party when it comes to offering support for streaming on mobile phones, as its major competitors including Saavn, and Dhingana already offer mobile apps. Our Take: We've been playing with Gaana's iPhone app for the last few days, and found the app to be really well designed. It includes all features available on the Gaana website and streaming works without any hiccups on 3G and WiFi internet connections. The app offers four major screens: The 'home' screen offers a slider that features the latest music…
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