Indian music label Saregama has launched a new Android and iOS app which allows users to stream Indian classical music, reports Indiantelevision.com. The app, called Saregama Classical, features a library of over 8,000 musical works, 400 artists and 50 radio stations across Hindustani, Carnatic and fusion music genres. It features artists such as U Srinivas, Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna, Semmanagudi Srinivasa Iyer, Lalgudi Jayaraman, Kunnakudi Vaidhyanathan, M.S. Gopalakrishnan in Carnatic classical music. Hindustani artistes include Ustad Bismillah Khan, Ustad Amir Khan, Pt. Jasraj, Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia, Bhimsen Joshi, Rahul Sharma, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan. The app also allows users to explore classical music according to raagas and includes Bhairavi, Marwa, Indira Kalyan, Megh Malhar, Jog, Pilu, Darbari, Hamsadhwani, Megh Malar, Dhanyasi and Mohanam. The app has a free seven day trial period, following which Android users have subscription packages starting from Rs 99 for a month, Rs 495 for six months and Rs 890 for a year. iOS users need to pay Rs 120 for a month, Rs 620 for six months and Rs 1050 for a year (we're not sure why there's a price difference for the two operating systems). Saregama also says that all subscription plans entitle users to enjoy the service on up to four devices. The app also has support for offline listening. Saregama financials The company reported a net profit of Rs 2.6 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2014 (Q1-FY16), registering 22% decline from Rs 3.36 crore in the same quarter last year. In the previous quarter, the company had reported a net profit of Rs…
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