On Wednesday, Xiaomi has launched Mi Video and Mi Music app in India. Both the apps offer free video and music streaming service respectively. The company says Mi Music app is now live and available for all users. Whereas the new Mi Video app will be available in a couple of weeks. However, both the apps are not new but it comes with an updated version only for Indian users.
“With the launch of these two apps Mi Music and Mi Video, we hope to serve millions of Xiaomi smartphone users with a better user experience through enhanced Internet service,” said by Manu Jain, Vice President, Xiaomi and Managing Director.
Mi Music app offers an integrated music streaming service and also users can store offline music within the app. For Mi Music app, the company has partnered with Hungama Music to offer more than 10 million songs for free of cost. The music app comes with the support of 13 different languages which include English, Hindi, Marathi, and more. If you want to download the song from the app itself then you have to pay Rs. 899/year which could be subscription plan for Hungama Pro.
Mi Video app also offers a group of streaming services under one platform which includes Voot, AltBalaji, SonyLIV, Zee5 and much more. The company also claims that it has a library over 500,000 hours and the best part is that 80 percent of library service is free to users.
Xiaomi has also added an interesting feature to Mi Music app which is known as Dynamic Lyrics. The company says this feature is for karaoke enthusiasts. Also, the company tweeted that “Now, sing along with lyrics of your favorite track or jump onto your favorite part of the song with just one click”. With Dynamic Lyrics feature, a user can sing their favorite song by displaying the live lyrics within the app. Also, you can scroll the lyrics part which will directly skip the part of that song.
In addition, Video app has one-tap cast function which helps you to quickly switch from your smartphone to smart TV. The video app supports some local formats which include MP4, AVI, MKA, MOV, MPEG, MKV and more. Also, the app offers multiple audio tracks, subtitles, and private folders. Moreover, the app also supports Miracast and DLNA. Feel free to share your feedback in our comment section below.
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