Gaana, India’s music streaming app, announced that it has crossed 50 million monthly active users to become the first music streaming app to achieve this landmark. Gaana has also been awarded the “Most Entertaining App on the Google Play Store for 2017”. Gaana also has the biggest installed base amongst music streaming apps with 92 million downloads.
Talking about the achievement, Gaana COO Prashan Agarwal expressed
“Achieving 50m monthly active users is another step in our growth journey and underscores our leadership position in Indian music streaming space. Our deep commitment towards offering world-class content and listening experience to Gaana users is delivering rich growth dividends.”
Gaana is shaping content space with unique music properties like Gaana Originals and Gaana Specials coupled with Gaana Exclusives.
“We are at the forefront of driving product and technology innovation for our users and have created unique features like recommendation engine, Gaana Social, transliterated app, day/night theme, and voice search etc. Gaana offers the seamless experience across devices and networks and will keep on evolving with dynamic needs of our users. Next couple of quarters will be transformational in terms of our user’s experience, which will continue to spur our growth well into 2018.” Prashan added
On being one of the most preferred music streaming apps in India, an elated Times Internet CEO Gautam Sinha said,
“We started Gaana to delight our users with music and make it a household name. 50 million monthly users, is just a beginning.”
Gaana has continually climbed an upward demand curve garnering more than 350 percent growth in monthly active users over the past two years.
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