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Gaana, Now on Blackberry 10

NEW DELHI, February 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

- First Indian Music Streaming app on BB 10 -

Gaana, the leading online music destination has just launched its app for Blackberry 10 users. Gaana has been available on Android, iOS, Java and Blackberry's earlier OS versions and now it will add support to Blackberry's latest model 'giving music lovers access to millions of songs on their mobile phones!'

Some of the features offered by the BB10 version of Gaana are, access to over a million songs in more than 21 languages including English, Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi etc. Smart recommendation system lets you build a playlist based on your favorite tracks. It can make multiple playlists and sync them across platforms. Social listening: see what your friends are listening to. Discover new music: Popular songs/albums/artists are all available at your fingertips!

Speaking on the development, Avinash Mudaliar, Head, Gaana.com said "We want to offer our apps to our users across all platforms and the launch of the Blackberry 10 application is the step in that direction. After the launch we will keep adding features and improving the application to offer the best experience to our users."

Gaana launched their other applications for four major platforms in January and reported two weeks ago the downloads have crossed the 200,000 mark. The latest addition of the Blackberry 10 app will further maximize the reach of Gaana on mobile platforms.

Gaana on BB10 is not just listening to music but it allows an entire universe of music to gyrate on one platform. People can enjoy their music and take their playlists wherever they go.

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