Top 5 Asian music streaming apps
Top 5 Chinese Music Apps - WeChat Official Agency
Music is an important genre of entertainment to many of us. I plug in when I am on the way to work, burning calories in the gym or when I am chopping spring onions. The right kind of music at the right moment can set the mood and lift your spirits. Thanks to the hordes of music streaming apps, you can now listen to millions of tracks for free or at an affordable fee without having to pile up CDs at home. Most of the apps also come with suggested playlists, mood lists and a peer-to-peer playlists to help you discover music and groove to the rhythm instantly with a few simple clicks. But whether their song catalogue is 20 million or 30 million tracks, these services do not currently offer a comprehensive list of Asian songs.
Love Asian music? You should definitely check out these music streaming apps
A picture taken in Paris shows earphones beside a smartphone, which is connected to French music streaming website Deezer. Ever since the advent of the internet and the proliferation of smartphones, traditional media such as television and radio no longer have the same kind of mainstream influence as they used to. With growing high-speed internet penetration all over the world, streaming platforms are now raking in the big bucks.
Therefore, tech investors should pay close attention to the growth of China's top streaming music platforms. The TME megamerger made it tough for smaller competitors to gain much ground. NetEase sub-licenses most of its music content from TME instead of securing direct partnerships with record labels. To further complicate matters, NetEase and QQ Music but not the other TME platforms have been suing each other in an ongoing copyright battle over exclusive rights to certain songs.