Update: Airtel clarified with us that the web version has been around since October 2016 and that all the tracks available on the Wynk app are present on the web interface as well. Airtel-owned music streaming service Wynk Music is now available on a web version. The company has not put out a statement regarding the launch; MediaNama has emailed Airtel inquiring when the website was launched, we will update the story once they respond. The web interface features tracks, albums, and artists from both international and local artists, although we are not sure if the entire track library available with the generic Wynk app is also live on the web interface. The website has a search bar, we tried searching for ‘Metallica’ tracks, and the search returned 46 songs on a random basis from multiple albums. Users have an option to stream complete tracks and a download button on each track which displays a pop-up upon clicking. The pop-up prompts users to either download the mobile app or download the currently playing track for a price of Rs 15. Wynk’s web player is also available in 12 different local languages including Tamil, Punjabi, Bhojpuri, Bengali, Kannada, etc. The Wynk Music web interface has an integrated static music player in the bottom—a feature that’s present on popular streaming sites like SoundCloud, Grooveshark. Wynk isn’t the only streaming provider with a web interface. Local players like Gaana and Saavn have their own web-based music streaming portal, and bigger players like Spotify…
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