After launching the app on iOS and Android devices back in January and then on Windows Phones more recently, Times Internet announced that Gaana had crossed a million downloads in just 45 days. On this occasion, Times Internet also launched their premium service called Gaana+ for iOS devices and announced an update for the free version across all platforms. Also Read - Top smartphone deals on Amazon Prime Day sale: Mi 11X, iPhone 11 and more
Back in February we got a glimpse into the features we could expect on Gaana+ and most of these features have been retained. The premium service allows users to download songs and save them on a playlist so that they can be accessed even when there is no internet connection. Besides this, unlike on the free version, the premium app allows users to stream music at a higher 128kbps bitrate and also download them at 320kbps.
You can download Gaana for iPhone for free from the App Store and also take advantage of the features on Gaana+ for $2.99 a month. Times Internet has also promised that Gaana+ will be launched on Android devices in the coming days.
Gaana has also been given its first major update since the launch and Gaana 2.0 introduces new features like My Zone that saves one s song choice, which are then available for users to access on any device. Besides this, the service also supports multi-bit rate streaming to ensure that one gets the best buffering-free experience even if they have a slow Internet connection.
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