Online music streaming service Saavn has extended its paid subscription service Saavn Pro to Android, reports The Next Web. The service was launched earlier this year and was previously available for iOS users only. Saavn Pro offers an ad-free experience to users and allows them to cache songs up to 3GB for offline listening. It also allows users to sync music across five devices and plans to introduce higher bitrates (up to 320 kbps) for Pro users in the future. The service is initially available on a 30 day free trial, following which users need to pay Rs 220 per month (India users) or $3.99 per month (International users). Note that the service is on an auto-renewal basis. Saavn Pro Lite: In addition to Saavn Pro, Saavn has also launched a new premium subscription service called Saavn Pro Lite, as indicated by the report. As the name suggests, this is a cheaper alternative to Saavn Pro and is currently available only for Android users in India. While it offers a similar ad-free experience to users, it allows them to save music up to only 1GB on a single device, with no option to sync music across various devices. The service is currently available at Rs 110 per month on a auto-renewal basis. The company is probably looking to convert more users into paid subscribers through this plan and hope that users will eventually upgrade to the Pro plan. However note that Saavn's competitors Dhingana and Gaana* offers more features in its premium subscription services, at similar or slightly…
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