Music streaming app, Dhingana, has made a debut on the Windows Phone platform. The app is compatible with devices running on WP8 and can be downloaded from the Windows Phone Store. Also Read - Google Play Music shutting down this year: Here's why
In terms of function and layout, the app is quite similar to its Android and iOS counterparts. It helps one discover new music based on his or her tastes and features genre-specific listings, where users can listen to top songs and featured albums within a chosen genre. The app also lets users share songs and playlists with friends via Facebook, Twitter or email. Also Read - Spotify inks a global licensing deal with Warner Music Group; all the missing music to be available soon
We expect that this launch will only add to the growth of our loyal listenership across the Windows eco-system, said Swapnil Shinde, the co-founder and COO of Dhingana.
The app as you might be familiar is already available on the web, mobile web, Android, iOS and BlackBerry platforms. You can also checkout our app comparison to see, how Dhingana performs against its competitors on the iOS platform.