Xiaomi has announced the launch of Mi Video and Mi Music in India. As the name indicates, the Mi Music app is related to music and Mi Video is related to videos. The app will leverage the benefits of content partnerships with various music and video streaming services.
With Mi Video, you can enjoy a wide range of streaming services such as SonyLIV, Hungama Play, Voot, AltBalaji, Zee5, Viu, and TVF. According to Xiaomi, the Mi Video app consists of over 500,000 hours of content and 80 percent of them are free.
Talking about the Mi Music, the company has established a partnership with Hungama Music, which has over 10 million free songs across 13 languages. If you subscribe to Hungama Pro for Rs 899 per year, you will be able to download songs for offline purposes.
The Mi Music includes Dynamic Lyrics feature, which works like LiveLyrics on SoundHound with Karaoke-like experience. The Mi Video features one-touch casting functionality using which you can stream content from a smartphone to Smart TV with support for DLNA and Miracast. The app provides support for a wide range of file formats including multiple audio tracks and private folders.
The Mi Music app is available for download starting today. However, we are unable to locate the app on the PlayStore as of the time of this article being published. You will have to wait until next week for the Mi Video app. We will keep you updated with the latest developments. Stay tuned.
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