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Updated: Saregama Launches WorldSpace Radio PC & Android App

Update: Saregama has informed MediaNama that the Saregama WorldSpace Radio app on Windows PC and Android are 1.5-2 year old products and new version of these products will be updated in next six months. Avinash Mudaliar, who recently joined Saregama as its Head of Internet Products and Services, has informed us that the company will be coming up with a suite of new products in next six to eight months. Earlier: We are not sure when it was launched, since we couldn't find any official information on this but we just noticed that Saregama has launched WorldSpace Radio app on Windows PC and Android. The Windows app can be downloaded from the site, whereas the Android app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. Remember that in July 2011, Saregama had acquired 10% stake in Timbre Media, the company which provided music programming to satellite radio service WorldSpace, to revive the WorldSpace brand in India. One needs to register to stream music on the radio app. While registering is free, the service is based on subscription model. When we used the service, we were offered to use the service for free for a month, so we couldn't check the subscription cost. The app offers free radio stations in nine languages including Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, among others. Things that irked us: the app asks us to login every time, which is kind of time consuming. It, however, remembers username and password. Another thing is that on desktop the app…

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