Xiaomi Mi Music and Mi Video Apps Introduced in India
Xiaomi has unveiled a free music and video streaming Apps Xiaomi Mi Music and Mi Video in India. The Mi Music App is available from today; however, the Mi Video App will be available from next week. Xiaomi in partnership with Hungama Music Integration will offer more than 10 million tracks for free streaming in 13 Indian languages along with international languages.
Both the applications are not exactly new, but rather refreshed versions of the existing local media players. Xiaomi Mi Video brings together a bunch of streaming services including Sony LIV, Hungama Play, Voot, ALT Balaji, Zee5, Viu, and TVF, among others. If you want to download songs for offline listening, you will need to pay Rs. 899 a year for Hungama Pro.
While Xiaomi is taking a fast-to-market approach with both apps, which are launching barebones, Mi Music does have an interesting feature at launch: Dynamic Lyrics. It works exactly like LiveLyrics on SoundHound, in that the app will highlight the lyrics that are currently being sung. Xiaomi said it’s meant to offer a karaoke-like experience. Moreover, if you scroll within the lyrics, the app will skip to that part of the song.
As for Mi Video, it’ll have a one-tap cast function so you can quickly switch from watching on your phone to a smart TV, with support for DLNA and Miracast. The app also supports more local formats than before, including AVI, MP4, MOV, MKV, MKA, MPEG, and M2TS, in addition to support for multilingual subtitles, multiple audio tracks, and private folders.
Over time, Xiaomi said it’ll add personalised recommendations to both apps, in addition, to picture in picture (PiP), and languages and genre filter for Mi Video, and music videos, and themes for Mi Music. In keeping with its image, Xiaomi said it’ll listen to fans to decide on other new features.
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