With the increasing number of smartphones in India and easy access to mobile internet, the number of online music services is increasing. Now Guvera has also set foot on the Indian soil.
Guvera, a well-known international music streaming service, has announced its entry into the Indian market. The service brings along with it a library of over 12 million tracks which can be access through the web or the mobile platforms. The service brags about its wide range of music ranging from Bollywood to Global artists which is absolutely free.
Guvera, in an attempt to make a smooth transition into India, has already tied up with major music labels and content aggregators in India, including Sony Music, Hungama.com (T-Series & Speed Records), Universal, Saregama, Eros International, Times Music, Believe, Orchard, TuneCore, CDBaby and INGrooves.
The Guvera music service is available in free but ad-supported plan as well as a premium ad-free plan costing just Rs. 199 per month. The service has apps for Android and iOS smartphones which can be downloaded from the Google Play store and Apple App store respectively.
Speaking about the foray into India, Claes Loberg, Founder and Director, Innovation, Guvera, said, “We are both proud and excited to be the first-of-its-kind international music streaming offering to enter India; a market that is truly diverse in terms of its taste for music. Guvera provides its users with an unmatched user-friendly experience. We plan to provide our Indian users with the best expert-curated local and international content – all they have to do is hit the ‘play’ button.”