Kazaa allows Android users to stream music without needing an app

March 8, 2011
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If you are one of the folks that loves to listen to music everywhere you go and are a fan of Kazaa the company has announced a new breakthrough for mobile device users. Kazaa is now set up to allow Android, iPhone, and iPad users to stream digital music to their devices to listen to on the go without having to install an app.

Kazaa reports that anyone that has a subscription can use Android and other devices to navigate to the Kazaa website and start streaming tunes immediately with no app or software needed to listen. The music service is charged to the user's mobile bill or credit card and in some cases, it can be charged to their home phone bill.

“We intend to broaden access for our service with new and dedicated applications, so that the browser is not the only way customers can access our service,” commented Ray Musci, Atrinsic’s COO. “For Kazaa, Apple’s App Store is just one of many marketing and distribution channels we already engage in, with our primary objective of making it convenient and easy for customers to access our service.” Mr. Musci continued, “We have been carefully monitoring our users habits and interacting with them for several months while we build out and customize Kazaa’s products and services to better fit their needs. We intend to continue this practice with many new and exciting innovations to enhance our product and expand our direct marketing relationships.”


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